Put the top cap with SO-239 on top of what will be the top section of PVC pipe. Attach wire elements to the top cap as shown in the drawings, also illustrated below...
Drive the section with the bottom cap and spike into the ground. Assemble the other two sections together and then hoist onto the lower section. This is MUCH easier with two people but with practice tyou can assemble it yourself. Just be careful in case it falls over.... hehehe.
Extend the wires as in the diagrams and attach the guy ropes to the stakes. The stakes should be located 42.5 ft from the center mast of the antenna so the wire elements form crossed dipole-like antenna sections. Thread the Plexiglass pieces onto the guy ropes.Snug up the guy ropes to straighten the antenna mast using the Plexiglass pieces you made earlier... they make it easy to adjust the guys. Check out the phots which follow and you'll get a better idea of how to make the Plexiglass guy tensioners. I bought power cord holders at a home center to wrap the wire and guys on and labeled each (38 or 25)... they were 2 for a dollar so it was really a deal. Using these for guy and antenna wire storage really helps things stay neat when I break down the antenna and store it in it's bag.
The antenna works NVIS mode from about 3.5 to 11 MHz. It's generally necessary to use a tuner with this type of antenna... then it's useful from 2 - 30 MHz.... the high bands are not NVIS however. If you build this antenna let me know how it works for you. I use a LDG Z-11 auto tuner with my Argonaut V and it works great !