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Old 05-02-2007, 09:44 AM   #43
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1989 34.5' Airstream 345
Heart of Dixie , Alabama
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Go Batwing

Do not waist your money on the Wineguard pancake antenna!
I thought was good idea, as not lowering or raising would be nice.
It works about as good as if I knocked off the batwing!

The old style fold ups are interesting too...add a amp and you would be set.

I patched hole by cutting a piece out to match attachment area of old antenna, made three non-touching doughnut circles with sealer, and pop-riveted it in place.
Used bytle<sp sealer from Depot, is gray and flows nice.
Is made for exterior panels that flex.

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