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Lots of great old radios!
That's two cans of rattle can "Flexseal" covering the lumbar. All stainless hardware except for one.
It is a vintage 1958 LONESTAR 16 footer. We rebuilt the transom and leak tested in the last week. Next trailer wiring and wheel hubs.
We are going to modify with
steering in the center of the boat and remote shift and throttle.
The wife and I jointly bought this boat. Original asking $650, we bought it for $400. Motor would not start, changed the fuel tank to one of mine and it started on third pull.
The mast could be metal as the center hub is non-conductive. There is no lighting arrestor - that is the responsibility of the user.
I feel like that every time I drive on I-4 in Florida.
What is pattern? (roughly) and mast can be metal? Lightning arrested to ground?
Am I seeing PVC PIPE ? I see the separation of sides by the metal strap. Like to see some material list of what ?
Thanks a lot.
Thanks. It was easy, quick and fun.
Thanks! One lamp is an Eimac 450TH, the other is 4-1000 Eimac. I picked those up at the Okeechobee Florida hamfest back in about 2000, 2001
I love the lamp!
Got down to Key West to try and contact two members of our group. Conditions were not good enough.
My aluminum mast at the end of the antenna is bowed significantly. It is the 4' sectional mast the military uses.
It worked really well. I only had a 15' mast, so the tips of the radials were only a foot above my roof. Not the best setup.
I like that setup. I use a vertical dipole at my townhouse and it works fairly well locally. When dx is rolling i can make some contacts as well