I replicated Dave KD2FSI's mast holder solution.
That is a 3 foot section of 2 inch PVC and a PVC coupler to serve as the guying collar. I drilled three holes to accommodate the CamJams at more or less 120 degrees from each other. I didn't have a protractor to measure it exactly, so I had to eyeball it.
The CamJams come in sets of two, so in reality, I could have made four holes, 90 degrees apart from each other, but I've always been taught that the triangle is the sturdiest and strongest geometric shape that there is, so I went with that.
The Jackite fits in nicely and the CamJams actually take up enough space to eliminate a lot of the "play" between the inside diameter of the PVC and the outside diameter of the kackite. So far, this has come in under $20.00. The CamJams were $7.48 per set of two, the PVC pieces were about $3.00.
The local sporting goods store did not have the tent pegs that I wanted so I ordered them from Amazon:
I had an Amazon gift card that my sister had given me for my birthday, so these didn't cost me anything. It was $7.00 for a package of 10, so if I had to purchase everything, this still would have come in at just about $25.
A much more "elegant solution" (my old boss at Sinar Bron, Ulrich Krahenbuhl liked that phrase - he was an engineer) than what I was using and a much easier way to insure the Jackite is as vertical as possible. Thanks again, Dave!
72 de Larry W2LJ
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