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Ton
2007.06.21, 08:27 AM
Alloy body Holder for Lexus SC 430.

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Antenna Products

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lfisminiz
2007.07.01, 09:39 PM
Antennas look interesting. By the way....Ton, thanks for the continuous new product updates. ;)

arch2b
2007.07.01, 10:17 PM
while i like the antenna kit, i would not drill another hole in the autoscale just to run a wire antenna with a tube.

benmlee
2007.07.01, 10:37 PM
Wire in tube antenna might be added insurance. With some motor mounts, wire comes very close to the mount. There is a fear that if current gets transmitted up the disk damper and into the antenna, you would fry the board. It would not happen with the suspension in the middle because of the teflon disks, but if you twist ths suspension around center post might touch the friction plate.

arch2b
2007.07.01, 10:46 PM
if thats your worry, a couple cents worth of heat shrink take car of that. i always insulate the bottom portion of all my antenna's with heat shrink.

locwan
2007.09.22, 05:20 PM
I wonder if this wire in tube type of antenna will reducing glitching experienced in small confined rooms like basements that have a lot interference.

mk2kompressor
2007.09.22, 06:27 PM
i have made my own version,it works good but not much different to the stock wire one.
the reason i like the tube style is its easier to pack away the car,ive snapped countless wire ones after bending them too many times :rolleyes:

ph2t
2007.09.22, 07:10 PM
Personally, the antenna tube mounts are a joke. Just get some guitar string wire and a bit of heatshrink tubing down the bottom and you can't loose.

Why would you want to add such a large piece of plastic that sits so high to such a small car anyway..... pffft.....

DeOz
2007.09.24, 08:25 AM
My only concern would be having that antenna tube up to tall off the car would make the car top heavy and more prone to traction rolling. I have never had any problems with the good-oll stock metal antenna.