I had put a seventy mile antenna up on the house in Navarre and decided we would do the same at our home in a very small rural town in NW Illinois. I took 3 inch pvs and cut a six inch piece and then split it so the piece could cup the existing fiberglass flagpole at the top. We then took a piece of two by four and bolted the antenna into the board, and attached the board to the cut in half 3 inch pvc. I got the lull started by building a tent around the engine compartment and putting a large heater underneath it. We let it warm for four hours and was charging the battery at the same time. It fired up last night around 8pm, I put my wife in the safety harness and put her in the safety cage which we attached to the lull forklifts as the cage has pockets.
She initially used bungee cords to attach. Then zip ties, and then two large metal radiator type adjustable clamps. She tightened the clamps with the cut 3 inch pvc mating with the flagpole, and tightened the clamps. We now have close to 25 channels with fox, abc, nbc, and cbs coming in clear. Our monthly cost for TV is 14 for HBO and 20 for sling and we have about fifty premium channels streaming for 35 bucks where our direct tv had gotten over 125, which means we are saving $90 a month, plus we have totally free tv with the roku and antenna in florida now. Cable, dish, and direct tv are total rip offs.