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Date Posted by Category User IP

2012-01-09 (UTC)

WD0DQL

HF Antennas

Insulator ceramic antenna feedline ladder line

Insulator ceramic antenna feedline ladder line

I have lots and lots of these, found a couple more boxes in the shed, this is what they look like after they have been cleaned.

They spent their life in paper envelopes.

250 to 300 ohms with 14 or 16 gauge wire.

Insulator ceramic antenna feedline ladder line, ww II, 1942-1955, unused, glazed white ceramic, 4" long by 3/4" diameter, two holes about 3/16" diameter.great for ham and shortwave antennas as end or center insulators.

Part number 3G1250-G4.15.

Buyer pays shipping. weight each 3oz. For 50 packaged weight is about 12 pounds.

Shipping can be figured at usps or ups. I usually use USPS Priority.

Since I replace insulators broken in shipping when they are returned to us, we try to package your parts well............

$.90 each, qty discount.

I can do Paypal, personal check, money order, cashiers check, PLEASE DO NOT SEND CASH. They will be shipped when the instrument clears.

Jim
WD0DQL

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