|[AMRadio] 3 el Beam On Fiberglas Pole??|
rbethman at comcast.net
Mon Aug 31 14:24:53 EDT 2015
Those particular fiberglass poles have plastic ends, and will NOT
tolerate that antenna.
The only military sections that I know that will handle such a load,
with appropriate guying are the aluminum ones that are made to slip one
over the other.
The fiberglass poles are "intended" to support camouflage netting over
an artillery piece, a troop emplacement, and other such things.
Regards, Bob - N0DGN
On 8/31/2015 2:14 PM, Don Merz via AMRadio wrote:
> Save me from making a mistake here. I am about to put up a used tri-bander--a 3 element hy gain TH3-MK4. I have this set of ex-military fiberglas poles that fit together to make one tall pole. Each section is roughly 5 feet tall. can I safely and reliably use 3 of these poles as one 15 foot pole to hold up this antenna?
> Or must I buy and use a metal mast?Any help appreciated.
> 73 de N3RHT
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