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Subject: Re: LF: (no subject)
From: "Tom Boucher" <[email protected]>
Date: Tue, 14 Dec 1999 19:28:52 +0000
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From Tom, G3OLB
Be careful using polypropylene as guys for masts over a long period.
They degrade with ultra-violet exposure and become very weak. I lost a
55 ft mast some years ago in Farnborough due to the 6mm polyprop guys
breaking in a storm. Don't think my neighbour was too impressed about
having the mast, complete with dangly antennas, suspended horizontally
across his garden!

73, Tom

In message <[email protected]>, malcolmg3kev
<[email protected]> writes
Also available at yacht suppliers are a variety of marine grade
polypropylene strong ropes for guying towers and being non conductive
are ideal.

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