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  • Guy in WNY
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    Ten feet lower again

    The extra 10' was too much! That section of mast looks like a 10' bananna now. I've taken it out and am back to just the top of the tree again.
    Photo of bent mast, below.

    I just added the photo of the bent mast. Now, how the heck am I going to straighten that back out?

    Guy in Lockport, NY
    Last edited by ; 05-14-2006, 06:24 PM. Reason: Added photo of bent mast

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  • Guy in WNY
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    Thank You. Success at last!
    I just raised it another 10' tonight. Now it's way over the top of the tree.
    Guy in Lockport, NY

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  • chris
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    Lets Try This...

    Guy,

    I tried to upload it also using the forums, and it didn't work for me either. I tried a smaller Powerpoint file and it did work. I'm not sure what the issue is there.

    I uploaded the file to here.

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  • Guy in WNY
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    I Hope This Works for Everybody

    Thank you Chris for setting up the file type.
    Here it is.
    Guy in Lockport, NY

    no luck this time. Maybe later it will work.

    :banghead: Still no luck. I'm going to try something else.

    Still no go and the .PPT icon is a box with an x in it.
    Last edited by ; 05-08-2006, 10:07 PM. Reason: File won't attach. Still. And still.

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  • Guy in WNY
    Guest started a topic Tree Antennas

    Tree Antennas

    Here is a Power Point of my new 145 and 440 dual-bander omni install in the tree in my backyard. 10 slides with some text. 4.22 meg so it failed to upload because of size and file type. I'll see if one of the admin's can post it for me.
    I'll be back later with something.
    Guy in Lockport, NY
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