RE: [DML] XM Radio Antenna Location
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RE: [DML] XM Radio Antenna Location

I am about to install both a GPS and a XM kit,
I already have the GPS hooked up and the antenna is on the windshield brow 
and people always ask me what it is and I have to explain, so I want to move 

I am going to repaint my rear louvers as well as install a 3rd brake light 
So while a do all that I was thinking that the back louvers would be a great 
place to
install these antennas...however there is no way to put a disconnect on them 
if I
ever needed to take the louvers off.
So, I am going to toy with the idea of making a small black metal mounting 
that will attach to the bottom of the top louver with VHB tape and wrap 
in a "D" shape over the top with the two antennas mounted to it.
The bottom of the top piece would have a piece of foam glued to it so that
it will not vibrate on the louver.

It might not be the prettiest thing out there, but it will give the best 
without making ANY sort of permanent modification to the car in any way,
can easily be removed or updated and will not hinder the use of the louvers.

You dig?
- Videobob

>From: "Service" <service@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Reply-To: dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
>To: <dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
>Subject: RE: [DML] XM Radio Antenna Location
>Date: Mon, 16 Aug 2004 17:06:15 -0400
>Some people have seen my car in Pigeon Forge (the car with the Blue
>stripe)and you don't see any antenna's
>I installed Sirius Satilite antenna. And GPS antenna about 2 years and ago
>in the rear fascia it works real well on cloudy day and facing south rear
>facing north
>Some outage occurs I did try it under dash for a week pontoon,front-fascia,
>back window ect. The highest point with no obstruction is the best just 
>though engine release cable hole to the back fascia without making any 
>or mods to the car.

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