(mostly) Hy-Gain antennas, I guess I am old fashioned , I had a TH3mk3
in Holland - sold it when I moved back to the states.
Got another one in Omaha - sold that one too, and another one here in Pocatello, which i sold when I got a deal on a 204BA, and a
103BA 20 meter and 10 meter mono-banders.. I still have the 204BA, I use along with a TH-7DXX. & 64DX for six meters.
I have had three occasions when Hy-Gain went "WAY" out of their way to keep
me happy,, in fact, it was done with a smile and completely FREE. A great bunch
of people.. now that MFJ purchased them, I can't say for sure the same service
would be free, however, their antennas are built to last a thousand years.. and are
not too expensive.. with good ratings.
I am guessing I will be using a Hy-Gain until I die. I might get a
steppIR but my Hy-Gains just won't fall apart...
SO I guess I'm stuck !!!
http://www.hy-gain.com/ I recommend these antennas.
I would also like to say that I use
Cornell-Dubilier, CDE, then purchased by Hy-gain, then MFJ .
I think these rotors are way to expensive, But name one that isn't toooo expensive ??
Why to expensive, WELL for something that's tried and true for 40+ years,,, no engineering costs ,, just seems expensive.
but they work and work and hardly ever need maintenance
I've had HAM-M's , ham-2 , ham-3, ham-4's , they are all interchangeable, built good.
by the way, I don't work for MFJ, or Hy-Gain, I just like their antennas
looking west from my QTH.
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