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Old 25-Nov-2015, 7:33 PM   #16
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RE: wind load.

David, if your HOA big cheese is saying the 91XG doesn't seem robust enough for winds, I can vouch that it indeed is tough. Here just outside of Spokane, WA where we had a major windstorm last week (gusts 70mph +) that toppled trees and knocked 40% of the metro area without power (and 25,000 still out a week later), my 91XG took no damage. Only in a thunderstorm last year did one element get slightly bent.

My Antennacraft C490's low-VHF elements though, didn't take it so well. That is off topic though. The 91XG will not snap at the first 45mph gust. Rest assured.


Originally Posted by ADTech View Post

Note: 55 m/s = 123 MPH.

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