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Looking at the pictures below, you see my crankup tiltover masts.The one in the left picture hosts a KT34XA @ 60ft, 6el 6m @ 70ft and a 2 el shorty 40m yagi @ 80ft. This mast is also used for topband, utilizing a feedmethod described by K9AY years ago (kind of folded monopole). The second one hosts a 2 el fullsize 30m yagi @ 80ft. (This one usually also hosts a 4+4 el duobander 12/17m (homebrew, design by OH1JT) + a rotatable dipole for 75/80m). Those antennas are under reconstruction at this moment






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