I've learned that it takes a team to achieve ambitious goals and I'm a lucky ham radio operator to share in the friendship of the Beach Boys Amateur Radio Club.
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Photograph number 1 is the current iteration of my low power, low profile RadioSport station configured along the OH8X cockpit model.
Photograph number 2 is another angle on the same perspective.
Photograph number 3 is the 55 foot Tri-Ex tower manufactured in Visalia, California ready for man lifting onto ETO's truck.
Photograph number 4 taken after successfully lifting a few hundred pounds and securing the tower for transportation as QDH inspects our lashings while ETO prepares for movement. They are members of the Beach Boys Amateur Radio Club.
Photograph number 5 taken after testing the security of our lashings prior to movement for storage.
Photograph number 6 with Beach Boys Amateur Radio Club participant's QDH and ETO in the picture. We lifted the tower off the truck and it wasn't easy. The goal achieved!
Photograph number 7 with ETO and myself after positioning the Tri-Ex tower.
Photograph number 8 and let the data plate speak for itself.
Lastly, I purchased a KLM KT34 tri-bander for tower one while thinking about stacking a second KT34 on it as well, more to follow in the near future.