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Old 18-Mar-2018, 7:26 PM   #1
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Rotor Question

Currently using a NTE U 106. Unfortunately it seems to be a light duty rotor and can't really handle larger antennas. It has to be reset too often.

Would either a Hy Gain AR 40 or Yaesu G-450a be able to handle a large antenna like a Antennacraft HD 1850 or two antennas like a 8 Bay UHF such as a CM 4228 and also a VHF antenna like the Delhi VIP 303sr?
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Old 19-Mar-2018, 5:57 PM   #2
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Yes, either should be expected to handle any TV antenna.
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Old 20-Mar-2018, 2:18 PM   #3
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Noted the Yaesu doesn't come with the lower mounting bracket in place if you are using a mast. Odd, that you have to buy that separately. Any idea as to why?
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Noted the Yaesu doesn't come with the lower mounting bracket in place if you are using a mast. Odd, that you have to buy that separately. Any idea as to why?
https://www.yaesu.com/?cmd=ContactUs&DivisionID=65
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