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Ronard Industries Commercial and Industrial Tripods 1011

Tripod, Roof Mount, Steel, 1.5 in. Leg O.D., 2.125 in. Maximum Mast Size, 5.0 ft. Tripod Height, Each

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Manufacturer's Part Number: 1011
Part Type: Tripods
Product Line: Ronard Industries Commercial and Industrial Tripods
DXE Part Number: RON-1011

Tripod Style: Roof mount
Tripod Material: Steel
Tripod Height: 5.00 ft.
Tripod Leg Outside Diameter: 1.500 in.
Accepts Maximum Mast Size: 2.125 in.
Tripod Mast Included: Yes
Included Tripod Mast Length: 5.00 ft.
Included Tripod Mast Diameter: 2.000 in.
Quantity: Sold individually.

Ronard Industries Commercial and Industrial Tripods are exceptional, commercial strength tripod mounts that support the installation of small to medium size antennas such as the DX Engineering HEXX Beam, or small HF or VHF Yagis or tribanders. They are also ideal for HF and VHF vertical antennas, and their tall tripod configuration allows mounting on a variety of pitched or flat roofs.

Ronard Industries Commercial and Industrial Tripod legs are 1 1/2 in. OD steel with 10 in. long mounting feet for secure fastening. Each mounting foot (two per leg) allows the use of 5 lag bolts - a total of 30 lag bolts are supplied, along with tar strips for weatherproofing under each foot. Ronard tripods include a 16 gauge steel antenna/rotator mounting mast.

The overall strength of your tripod installation will depend on the integrity of your roof. Inspection and reinforcement are recommended when mounting large or heavy antennas.

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