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Re: Gulf-Alpha 70cm 8x8 Circular polarized yagi

For the sake of accuracy, this is the "older" version of the antenna, that
uses push nuts to hold the elements on versus the Delrin nuts and sleeves
shown in the center image of the enclosed link. If you want "quick assembly
and disassembly", you should look at an Arrow:


This one is designed to stay together.


----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Bill Acito W1PA" <w1pa@hotmail.com>
To: <amsat-bb@amsat.org>
Sent: Friday, June 25, 2004 1:11 PM
Subject: FS: Gulf-Alpha 70cm 8x8 Circular polarized yagi

> For Sale,
> Gulf Alpha 70cm 8 hor, 8 ver circular polarized yagi.
> This was my primary 70cm uplink for AO-40 "portable" (FD and my backyard
> a tripod, but it did not stay out in the weather -- never permanently
> installed...  can be seen in the 2003 FD result Amsat-NA journal issue,
> by side with a Teksharp dish).
> Excellent, excellent condition. New is $188; asking $130 (firm) plus
> shipping (about $15 USPS Priority mail insured) with documentation.
> First email gets it (sorry I didn't make it available with a little more
> lead time before FD).
> Reason for selling? Since I operate portable, a couple of separate 70CM
> yagis that I can phase will lie flat in the car, unlike this antenna....
> complaints on performance or construction, though)
> (A recent call to Gulf-Alpha says they may stop making these...  get one
> while you can)
> Bill
> W1PA
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