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Old 07-21-2007, 08:06 PM   #1
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I just got a power antennae (Thanks Boosty!!) and I was wondering if someone has, or could take, a picture of one mounted. I don't want to guess how it goes in, even though I think I could figure it out. With my messed up back, the quicker I can just pop it in and straighten up the better.

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Nobody?? Even a cell phone pic of the braket that goes between the antenna and the car itself would be extremely helpful...
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Hang in Captain John...Badnit to the rescue.
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Here ya go john




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Pretty much perfect. Thank you!!!
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When I saw your pm...I sent him out.

There'* one 10mm for the ground on top and one for the bracket on the bottom. The rubber piece goes on the body first..then the antenna slides up and into it. Quickest mod in the world.
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Thanks to both of ya! I'm probably gonna go try and install it today. Should be really quick if all the wiring is hooked up and the rubber part is universal...
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Well, it'* in. Looks good, works fine, but it'* a bit noisey. Is this normal? Or is there a way to lubricate more than just the antenna (without having to take it out again)
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Yea, mine replacement is louder also. I don't know why...
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I can hear mine from the driverseat .. it'* tough to say what noisey is..

Lube the antenna liberally and allow some to seep down. At the worst it will run out the drain tube and onto the ground.
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