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Old 06-04-2014, 09:35   #1
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Air breeze Mast Pole "ID"


I am trying to determine if I can convert my existing 64 mm O.D. / 42 mm I.D. stainless steel mast (old wind generator) to support the smaller ID required by the Air Breeze. I'd like to sleeve the inside of the old mast rather than get a new one because the old mast is more robust and has my engine lift mounted on it.

Does anyone know what I.D. mast they require?


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Old 06-04-2014, 09:41   #2

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Re: Air breeze Mast Pole "ID"

The base of the gen takes a 2" outer dia pole I believe. Mine came with 2 different thin rubber shims so it doesn't have a metal on metal joint.
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