Antenna maintenance can be simplified if you use a tilt over mast to support your antennas.
In this two-part series from Kevin (K7SW), we learn how a simple tilt over mast can simplify antenna repair and maintenance.
In this case, Kevin is repairing a fan dipole supported by a simple tilt over mast.
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Maintaining your antenna system is crucial for optimal performance, and in this video, we've got you covered. Join us as we take you through the process of repairing a Fan Dipole HF antenna and removing unused gear from a 40-foot tilt over antenna mast. This video aims to benefit new hams who may not have encountered a tilt over mast before, while also serving as a helpful reminder for experienced operators about the significance of regular antenna maintenance. Tune in to enhance your knowledge and ensure your antennas are in excellent working condition. 🔹Alpha Delta-C Antenna Center Kit https://geni.us/w66c 🔹Mastic seal tape https://geni.us/MFtJM 🔹Coax seal https://geni.us/zRo3W9R 🔹15" Zip ties https://geni.us/6LCyp 🔹Bernz-o-matic Torch https://geni.us/U7QLhEh 🔹Copperweld antenna wire https://geni.us/e4Yw 🔹2500lb Capacity winch https://geni.us/dtvWI Using my affiliate links in this description to purchase items seen in this video, costs you nothing more and helps to earn a small commission. Thanks for watching 👍
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