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002 Picture shows the outer layers of the wire.... The black is made of a tough plastic.. Then the 2nd layer is aluminum.. 3rd layer is the white insulation.. Then you have the center wire, which is a solid piece of wire think is like a 12ga, don't r

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Used to have the coax spliced on the wire here.. 006
Pictures ain't the best, just to give you a idea what the wire looks like.. 007
What the fire didn't destroy, the power company did..
The wire used to lay in the center of the path going up the mountain.. 008
This is what it looks like after the power company cut the trees out of there transformer on the hill..as you can see, they didn't do a very good job.. 001
This picture shows where I had the coax hooked to at the radio, pretty much all that's left of the wire...

I had 625ft of this stuff laying on the ground going up the mountain side, and I had the right match, and it talked really well..talked a lo 002
Picture shows the outer layers of the wire....
The black is made of a tough plastic..
Then the 2nd layer is aluminum..
3rd layer is the white insulation..
Then you have the center wire, which is a solid piece of wire think is like a 12ga, don't r 003
This picture, shows the copper wire was the center wire, and the aluminum was how you got the ground side..

I used to twist the center wire of the wire to the center of the coax, and used a wirenut to seal it and taped and put silicone on it...

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This is a better picture of the guy wire that runs up beside the other part of the pole to pole wire....

This guy wire, was a booger to cut when you needed too..

When you went to make a turn with the wire, you had to be very careful doing so...

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