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Old 10-26-2014, 1:27 PM
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Originally Posted by ka3jjz View Post
I would highly recommend this little box to help protect the front end of that oldie-but-goodie - it would be very difficult, if not outright impossible, to get that radio fixed if you take a static strike....





http://forums.radioreference.com/rec...r-project.html





Mike


Great, thanks. I think I had been referred to that post before but its confirmation that I need to deal with it.



I have a question, I just drove my ground rod down & it occurred to me... Where do I hook the ground wire to on my slinky antenna? The ends of the slinky are run through some short pieces of PVC piping. I then have the lead wire soldered on and running down & along the paracord anchor line then it comes off & into my house through a window.



Would I run a separate ground line off the end of the slinky like I have done with the lead wire or splice off the lead line & into the ground? Or... something else?
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