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Mosley pro 67-3

The20poundhammer

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Funny you mentioned Hygain i have looked at their Th-11dx and only reason i wasnt too keen on it was it didnt cover 40 meters. The long drive up to WI is the biggest reason i decided not to pull the trigger on that one. I still enjoy the 11 meter stuff so probably wont take that one down . I have actually worked a bunch of stations on 20 meters using the quad just worked one off the coast of Scotland lol.


Almost said EFF it and bought a new TH-11DX but like you the only thing holding me back was the lack of 40m. I have heard of some guys actually loading the boom and stays on 40m but that just sounds like too many headaches for me. If the knee holds out a Hygain Explorer-14 with 40m add-on kit and a Cushcraft A3WS will be going up this summer.

On a different note it is good to be back online. The old laptop died on me last night. I gave it CPR to get me thru enough to retrieve data such as bookmarks and log in info but this is my first post on the new laptop I picked up today. I guess I did something right to get back on-line. LOL
 

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I am looking at the Mosley pro 67-3. Has any one had any experience with it? Also found one with the 2" boom. Is that a good option? Thanks Tim
Hello Youall. I understand this post from 'hammer is over a year old. I came here from a Google search for these big Mosley tribanders. I took one down for the widow of a Silent Key last fall (yes it's for sale). His was the 2" boom version - PRO 67 B - weight 110 pounds - which he had at 70' turned by a T2X. By all accounts he loved it and it served him well. Hope that helps. I have no idea what to ask for this one I have. It is complete, and disassembled into boom and elements. It's cool that it has 2 elements on 40 meters. You don't see that too often.
 

The20poundhammer

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Well it took me about a year from the time I ordered it and got my tower stacked hazer built and put on the tower to putting the beam up and guying it all. I got it up on Memorial Day. So far it's been working great. I am turning this with a TX2. I was very impressed with the build quality of the antenna and the ease of assembly. Everything is predrilled and color coded and marked on the boom. So if a person is looking for a multi band beam with one coax don't see how you could go wrong.
 

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