k5pgw at yahoo.com
Wed Feb 7 12:22:24 EST 2007
You can always use three pieces of pipe as rollers
under the plywood and as you move the transmitter take
one that rolls out the back side and place it under
the front and roll it on the pipes. Works on floor
only.....not for use going up steps.
That is a "poor boy" moving tool that I have used to
move a very heavy homebrew AM transmitter. I have also
used that method to move deep freezes and other heavy
I feel sure that you have used that method before.
Might need two people ...one to move the pipes and one
to push. Good luck. 73, John, K5PGW
-- Rick Brashear <rickbras at airmail.net> wrote:
> Hi All:
> A while back I read an article in ER (I'm pretty
> sure it was ER) of how
> someone had put a low profile dolly made of plywood
> under a broadcast
> transmitter. It seems there were several small
> casters or rollers
> used. I have searched, but haven't come up with the
> article. I know I
> have it, but I also know I have a lot of different
> publications and it
> could be in any one of them. Does anyone remember
> seeing this? It had
> to be in the last year or so.
> Thanks for any help you can offer.
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