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Moto’s 800 love

IMPRES2

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Would anyone have a [motorola] part number for Motorola’s favorite 800MHz antenna (the 18ft bronze beating stick).
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Mmmmmmmmm, love me some Bogner. The good old days of taking those things up in the freight elevator of very tall buildings. We had to get the elevator techs out there to open the elevator ceiling hatch for room and manually run the elevator up. It was the ONLY way to get it to the tops of those buildings. They are heavy and the wind grabs them big time. But, they work very well. TT
 

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The only Moto P/N I could find for one is DQBMR12HB1
The DQ is just a dropship identifier; but I did go back out to the site with a telephoto lens and confirm the catalog number if BMR12-H-B1.

Thank you to everyone for the help! This thread may be locked now.
 
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