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Original poster: "Ted Rosenberg by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>" <Ted.Rosenberg-at-radioshack-dot-com>
Corey: A suggestion. Look at Feed Through Amateur Radio Antenna Insulators
like the ones sold at RadioShack. They are used, for example, to bring an RG
cable through the metal body of your vehicle and to your mobile antenna. I
saw one being tossed last week and I grabbed it. It looks to me like it will
make a fine top load mounting thingy. It's threaded on both ends and offers
fine potential. Cheap too. :)
Original poster: "Corey May by way of Terry Fritz <twftesla-at-uswest-dot-net>"
Hello again, I was wondering if a porcelin insulator off a telephone line
be a good toroid support. They stand about 2 inches of the ground and are
2 inches wide? I was thinging of mounting them on top of my endcaps on the
secondary is this a good idea or not?