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Ad Number:1472672
Date Placed:01/12/20
Name:Mike Hyman
Phone Number:7578318502
Callsign:W4OCO
Category:TOWER
Heading:Bearing & Rotor Shelves for Hex Beam
Ad Message:Pending KA8TBW, Thanks Dave!~ Thrust Bearing and Rotor Shelves for small beam. I designed these to be used in my Hex Beam installation. Shelves and plates are i/4 inch steel planted cut with a CNC machine and attached to shelf brackets. They were designed to attach to a 4X4 or 6X6 post cemented in the ground The Yaesu GS065 Thrust Bearing in included in the sale. The rotor shelf is drilled for a Yaesu 800 series rot, but could be re drilled for any rotor. This setup served me well for 3 years and are no longer needed. Priced to sell $100.00 plus shipping. Thanks for Mike 757-831-8502

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