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Re: mounting a u-110 elevation rotator



Carl, I just used a piece of 1/4" aluminum plate, drilled 8 holes and mounted two pairs of U-bolts, one on each side of the plate.  The bolt pairs are oriented 90 degrees to each other.  Almost takes more time to describe than to build!

Good luck!

Warren, WB6FCS

-----Original Message-----
>From: Carl Yaffey <carl_yaffey@yahoo.com>
>Sent: Feb 6, 2006 10:09 AM
>To: amsat-bb@amsat.org
>Subject: [amsat-bb] mounting a u-110 elevation rotator
>
>I'm looking for ideas for mounting a U-100/110 elevation rotator to a  
>mast. The article in the December 1998 QST describes using a treated  
>block of wood. That would certainly work, but I'd like to find a way  
>to do it with metal.
>Any thoughts?
>Thanks and 73,
>Carl Yaffey  O----'-::  K8NU, brand-new AMSAT member.
>Yaffey Music Services: banjo/guitar/bass/mandolin lessons, recording  
>studio.
>carl_yaffeyADDED_TO_STOP_SPAM@yahoo.com, 614 268 6353, Columbus OH
>http://www.carl-yaffey.com
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