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Old 04-22-2014, 01:54 AM   #1
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I thought this was a good idea if you want something different for an antenna. What do you all think?


http://www.cravenspeed.com/bullet-style-stubby/
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Old 04-22-2014, 01:57 AM   #2
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I've looked into the crystal ball and I see a lot of stolen antenna's.
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Pretty neat, but with that said I don't know if I would buy one myself but that's because I don't think if would look good on my jeep but that's personal opinion.
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I thought this was a good idea if you want something different for an antenna. What do you all think?


http://www.cravenspeed.com/bullet-style-stubby/
looks cool!

but i bet radio reception sucks!
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looks cool!

but i bet radio reception sucks!
Read the reviews. There is at least some loss of reception, as there is with any stubby unit. I guess this is a case where size does matter..........
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Read the reviews. There is at least some loss of reception, as there is with any stubby unit. I guess this is a case where size does matter..........
HaHa, I was waiting for that one. It's still funny though.
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Read the reviews. There is at least some loss of reception, as there is with any stubby unit. I guess this is a case where size does matter..........
that is my point. i got one of those stubby little rubber ones that looked really cool many years ago. i lost lots of radio reception. i put the factory one back on.
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that is my point. i got one of those stubby little rubber ones that looked really cool many years ago. i lost lots of radio reception. i put the factory one back on.
Did the same thing myself once. A friend of mine gave me the the shorty from his truck when my full size got snapped off by a tree limb in his back yard. I ran it for about 3 days before I was down at the local you pull it getting a full size replacement. My current one picks up signal from downtown Buffalo in my driveway in Erie. Not the best signal, but you can still listen to it. When i am at the NY house, I can get strong signal from both cities.

Still, the stub was better than GM's old windshield units. those things took sucks to a whole new level.
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Did the same thing myself once. A friend of mine gave me the the shorty from his truck when my full size got snapped off by a tree limb in his back yard. I ran it for about 3 days before I was down at the local you pull it getting a full size replacement. My current one picks up signal from downtown Buffalo in my driveway in Erie. Not the best signal, but you can still listen to it. When i am at the NY house, I can get strong signal from both cities.

Still, the stub was better than GM's old windshield units. those things took sucks to a whole new level.
several of my older Trans Ams and other older Pontiacs had the windshield antennas and they did alright.
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http://www.amazon.com/Truck-Antenna-Topper-Boobs-Dancer/dp/tech-data/B004P48SRY
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