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Old 03-27-2017, 01:14 AM   #101
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Thanks for the insights you've gained from your experience.

You've confirmed my observations about some aspects.

You're using the factory set-up and I'm using the SureLock signal finder. Although they both come from the same company I'm wondering if the internal workings are the same for both units. Sooner or later I hope that I'm camped near someone with a factory set-up so that I can compare performance.


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Old 04-16-2017, 08:20 PM   #102
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For those using the King Jack antenna on a telescoping mast whose sections are held in place by knurled rings, be aware that the wind pushing the antenna around can have the same effect as loosening the rings. So if your antenna mast is dropping a section without explanation, this could be what's going on.

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