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Old 26-11-2008, 18:53   #16
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Thanks for all the info guys. I'm soaking it in though I'm still undecided on where to mount it. The stern pole seems the simplest but I think they look much better on the mast. I might "temp" it on the stern rail for a week or two and see how I like it.
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Yeah, and people working on the BMEWS line used to warm up by standing off to one side of the antennas, too.
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I used to feel quite nauseous whenever the radar was started up behind me when I was spotting tuna. Keep the radar clear of people
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