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Hi everbody,
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Related wiki pages [[Antennas]][[Suppliers]]
My name is Brian and I make and sell masts and antennas at a factory in Dandenong Victoria.
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The masts are alluminum section and are either raised manually or are pumped up with compressed air. Lengths vary from 5.5 metres to 15 metres. Stainless steel guy wires sets are available.
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Antennas are suitable for amateur bands although if you wish to make your own I can supply ally cut to your requirements.  I also stock ally telescopic tube, the old imperial sizes that are now hard to find.
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==Tower and Mast manufacturers==
  
I can be contacted on mobile 0402 930 581. If you have any questions or would like to pick up ally give me a call.
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Any person who wants to build there own antenna and needs to find parts and aluminium tube can contact [[Brian]] on 0402 930 581. There is a large selection of drawn telescopic tube in imperial and metric sizes plus masts and poles in stock.
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Latest revision as of 16:58, 8 April 2009

Related wiki pages Antennas, Suppliers

Tower and Mast manufacturers

Australia

Any person who wants to build there own antenna and needs to find parts and aluminium tube can contact Brian on 0402 930 581. There is a large selection of drawn telescopic tube in imperial and metric sizes plus masts and poles in stock.


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