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Old 10-30-2006, 12:08 AM
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Hey guys, just wanted to show u a quick pic of my setup.

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Looks clean and easily accessible. Where did you mount the traffic arrow on your truck?

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Very nice. I wish I didn't have the center console in my Titan.
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yep, its clean looking and very accessible, arrow stick mounted on the back rack:
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Nice mounting job for that traffic arrow.

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very nice! what is it you do that involves an arrowstick?
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How are you using the exterior compartments? How do you like the truck overall?
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Old 10-31-2006, 4:45 PM
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yep, its clean looking and very accessible, arrow stick mounted on the back rack:
Couple thoughts here...

First, that glass mount antenna is going to work very poorly being sandwiched in between the cab and the metal rack. Second, you took the time to mount the rack and ArrowStik but left the coax from that VHF antenna and the AS cable just dangling? Looks shoddy.

From where I'm sitting, you'd be well-served by replacing both antennas with NMO mounts on "L" brackets attached to your rack. [no pun intended]
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Old 10-31-2006, 10:24 PM
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i use the arrowstik to divert traffic at fire calls, the truck overall is great and i have no complaints, great choice, when u hit the gas it takes off, i keep my hitch and some tie down straps in the exterior compartment


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Couple thoughts here...

First, that glass mount antenna is going to work very poorly being sandwiched in between the cab and the metal rack. Second, you took the time to mount the rack and ArrowStik but left the coax from that VHF antenna and the AS cable just dangling? Looks shoddy.

From where I'm sitting, you'd be well-served by replacing both antennas with NMO mounts on "L" brackets attached to your rack. [no pun intended]
stateboy thanks for the input, i thought the glass mount wasnt going to work very well either but i gave it a shot and surprisingly it works very well for me, i have clear reception throughout the county, the vhf antenna is fairly new and with my work schedule havent gotten around to it but hopefully soon i wil be taking care of it
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