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Old 04-29-2019, 07:34 AM   #1
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I am working on our Weboost 4G-X installation. I wanted to go a no-drill route, so we did the following. We mounted the exterior antenna to a 3’ piece of 1” PVC and a Techno RV suction cup antenna mount. We then used a flat HD coax cable jumper to work through the access hatch. All very easy to set up if we need the boost and take down. The antenna can fit in the same hatch that the cable comes out of.

Anyone else do this? If so, have you had any issues?

My test took us from 1-2 bars to 3-4 bars. Not bad!

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That looks like a great solution! Does one suction cup hold well and prevent turning in high winds? Did you consider running the cable to the satellite TV connection on the outside of the AS as others have reported?
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