Do you have just the RCA with the two silver coils? Do not know how to describe how to do it, but you just have to take each section seperately. one end can be done in the house, the second on the roof. run the foil through the eyelet, crimp around the eyelet to kinda hold the eyelet in place. Put the holder in place and drive the screw down. then you need to tighten the eyelets on both ends. Hope this has helped you as little, but I doubt it!! Good Luck
You might consider two chimney strap kits (4 bands) if you are putting up a very big antenna that will catch a fair amount of wind. I had to install a second kit when the two bands failed to hold the CM4251 7' Parascope in high winds. Tom
I figured it out by scoping out a neighbors. I was putting up a channelmaster 4221 that I bought from a local warehouse. I'm using a y- style mount and the antenna is bringing in 80+ signal strength on all local digital channels. Sometimes its good to live in Royal Oak.
Thanks for the input.
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I bought the antenna, mast and mounts from Bursma Electronics, a warehouse over on 9 mile Road. They're not really set up for hobbyists but are instead built for installers and pros. If you look long enough, you can still see some spikes and green hair in Royal Oak!
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