For Sale

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ESTATE SALE for KD6HCV 

All items “As Is”, no warranty. Inspection and testing prior to purchase is advised. Local pickup only in the Lake Isabella area, Ridgecrest and Bakersfield areas negotiable. 

If you wish to make an offer or arrange inspection contact Skip N6SR at 760.646.6719.
Skip will provide the price ranges found on Ebay by KA6IYS upon request.
There are no set prices and offers will be accepted and reviewed over perhaps a few week period.

All items below have been inventoried, but not tested. 

Added 8/11/2017
Alliance dual-speed beam antenna rotator with controller

Original List
Realistic HTX-100 10m TRANSCEIVER with microphone, manuals, power cable, good condition, in box.   S/N 95022358

 YAESU G-800/G-1000 BEAM ROTATOR & CONTROLLER, S/N 6N780032 (rotor presently on a pole, will be removed shortly). 

KENWOOD RECEIVER OR TRANSCEIVER STAND-ALONE MATCHING SPEAKER, GOOD CONDITION. 

RADIO SHACK  2m HANDHELD, HTX-202 (shows wear). 

REALISTIC 40 CH HANDHELD CB TRANSCEIVER 

REALISTIC PRO-34 SCANNER

MFJ DELUXE VERSA TUNER II, MFJ-949E, with manual

JPS COMMUNICATIONS WIDEBAND NOISE & TONE REMOVER NTR-1 S/N 010455. Operates on audio, appears new and unused. 

A/B 2-POLE COAX SWITCH WITH ANTENNA GROUNDING POSITION, HIGH QUALITY. 

MX-72H DUPLEXER, HF-2 meters on one output, 440 MHz on the other output.  Built-in coax leads with connectors. 

MICRONTA FIELD STRENGTH/SWR METER 

RIGRUNNER 4005 POWERPOLE JUNCTION BOX, appears like new. 

LDG BALANCED TO UNBALANCED 4:1 BALUN, RATED 200W.

MAHA UNIVERSAL BATTERY CHARGER
14 Jul 2017

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SARC has a large quantity of radios, both modern and old boat anchors for sale. There are two lists, the first is from Elvy, N0LV, estate. Funds from the sale is going to Elvy's family. The second one is from various donations to SARC, with the sale going to SARC's account.   Enclosed please find both lists of that is available. If interested in anything, please let Dennis (562 858 2883) or myself (760 375 5324) know. 

List 1 - Elvy N0LV estate
1. JW Miller AT-2500 Automatic antenna tuners, missing directional coupler.

2. Icom radios:

            IC-730 HF (NIB)
            IC-275 2M all-mode (NIB)
            IC-375 220 all-mode (NIB)
            IC-475 70 cm all-mode (NIB)
            IC-5510 6M all-mode (NIB)

3. AOR 1000 Monitor receiver

4. Bird 43 Thruline Wattmeter with 16 slugs and cases

5. Daiwa CNA2002 Automatic Antenna tuner (two complete)

6. Dentron:

            MT-300A antenna tuner
            Random wire tuner

7. Ameritron AL-811 HF amplifier (two)

8. Unique wire antenna tuner

9. Drake R7A

10. Drake MN-2700 tuner

11. Drake MN-7 tuner

12. Johnson KW matchbox w/ SWR and coupler

13. Johnson 250 W matchbox w/ SWR and coupler

14. Johnson 250 W matchbox

15. Hallicrafters receivers:

            SX-43
            SX-62A
            S-38C
            S--40B
            S-53A
            Speakers

16. Hammarlund receivers:

            SP-600 (three, various versions)
            HQ-129A
            Speakers

17. Heathkit:

            SA-2500 Automatic antenna tuner.  May be factory "demo"
            GC-1000 "World's Most Accurate Clock" (WWV receiver)
            HM-2140 Directional Wattmeter
            SB-600 SB-line speaker
            SB-610 Monitor scope (more than one!)
            SB-620 Scanalyzer (more than one)
            HO-10 Monitor scope (more than one)
            HO-13 Hamscan panadapter (more than one)
            
18. Kenwood:

            TS-940S w/ three filters and two microphones (all  NIB)
            SM-220 Station monitor (NIB)
            AT-130 Antenna Tuner (two)
            TM-221 2 M FM
            TM-321 220 FM
            TM-421 70 cm FM
            TR-9130 2 M all-mode

19. Metron MA-1000B solid state mobile HF amp 50W in/ 500W out

20. Mirage 33016 150 W 2 M amplifier

21. RF Concepts RFC 3-312 120 W 220 amplifier

22. Yaesu YO-901 Monitor Scope (NIB)

23. Tempo (Henry Radio)

            6N2 6 and 2 M KW amp
            2006 6M KW amp

24. Coaxial antenna relays (many!  Various -- Dow Key, etc)

25. Robot

            Model 800 Super Terminal (NIB)
            Model 400 SSTV scan converter


SARC Donated Equipment

1. Kenwood TS-820 ssb transceiver

2. Kenwood TS-850s ssb transceiver

3. Kenwood mc50 microphone

4. Heath kit SB-634 station console

5. Kenwood SM-229 station monitor

6. Astron RS-20 power supply

7. Kenwood SP-520 speaker

8. Kenwood kps-7 power supply

9. Kenwood sw-2000 power meter

10. MFJ versa tuner 3

11. MFJversa tuner 2

12. Dentron MLA-2500 HF linear amp
13. Denton MT-2000 tuner

14. Denton cm-2  Tuned input for Dentron Amplifier

15. Ameritron AL-811 HF amplifier

16. AEA Pk900  multimode data controller

--
Mike Herr
WA6ARA
DM-15dp
Home of The QRP Ranch

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          Adjustable Mobile Antenna Mount

One of our club members from Bakersfield, Wayne KB6TDK, has made a portable mast mount that fits a 2 inch hitch receiver. It works best on a truck with a front mounted hitch, but will also work well on any vehicle with a 2 inch receiver on the rear of the vehicle. The mount is articulated in such a manner as to allow you to mount the mast in a vertical manner no matter how unlevel the vehicle is that it is mounted on. The mount is designed to work with a 2 inch OD mast, but other sizes can be accommodated upon special request. The 2 inch square tubing that goes into your receiver is normally 18 inches long; again custom sizes can be requested. The mount is currently in prototype mode and a final cost has yet to be determined, but it is anticipated to be between $50 and $99. If you plan to use a rear mounted location be sure to keep the swing of any doors, hatches or tailgates in mind if you wish to open door or hatch after the antenna is in place. You can articulate the mount to the horizontal position to allow you to insert the mast with it parallel to the ground, and then raise the mast to the vertical position to keep from having to stab the mast into the mount while holding the mast vertical.

I have agreed to be the local point of contact. The masts will not be available until later in the summer (possibly September) due to prior commitments. If you are interested please feel free to contact me and I will compile any questions or orders and pass the information along to Wayne.

Mike Higgins, KA6IYS               mike@n6krv.org            (760) 378-1028













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