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Default VERTICAL GROUND RADIAL QUESTION

I am about to install a ground radial setup for my Butternut HF9V. Does it
matter if the wire is #14, #16, or #18, bare or insulated--buried or on the
surface with radial staples ???


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Default VERTICAL GROUND RADIAL QUESTION

The size of the wire is not important on radials. Use what you have and
enjoy.

"Ron Goldstein--KA2IIA" wrote in message
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I am about to install a ground radial setup for my Butternut HF9V. Does it
matter if the wire is #14, #16, or #18, bare or insulated--buried or on
the
surface with radial staples ???


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