The key to antenna performance for any horizontal antenna is HEIGHT.
All Aerial-51 wire antennas are built very light to enable use with lightweight fiberglass telescoping poles.
Working with these poles requires a different procedure from that which is described in many popular antenna books.
The picture above shows how simple the solution can be.
Instead of spanning the wire legs under tension and using buckets of cement hanging from pulleys attached to the trees to compensate for swaying trees, simply span the antenna loose and let it swing with the tree!
Guy Rope: Use lightweight guy rope. The Spiderbeam 2mm Kevlar rope is ideal. You may also use their 1mm kevlar rope for guying, unless your QTH is plagued with heavy snow and icing.