Scantenna Install

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hoser147

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How do you have the mast fixed at the bottom?? Looks good.Kinda interesting when you see older scantenna's around, there are actually quite a few. Some of the older goldish ones have the shark fins on the outer elements. Just seen an add for the scantenna that claims they have a newer stronger version and that they doubled an insulator. Would be cool to see some different pics of some older ones. Ive found a couple and may be able to get pics of them. One is on a rental and hopefully I can get my hands on it.............Hoser
 

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hoser147 said:
How do you have the mast fixed at the bottom?? Looks good.Kinda interesting when you see older scantenna's around, there are actually quite a few. Some of the older goldish ones have the shark fins on the outer elements. Just seen an add for the scantenna that claims they have a newer stronger version and that they doubled an insulator. Would be cool to see some different pics of some older ones. Ive found a couple and may be able to get pics of them. One is on a rental and hopefully I can get my hands on it.............Hoser
Used a small piece of wood and attached a bracket/wood to the house under the gutter with small 4 inch wood screws. When I remove it I putty up the holes and no one will ever know it was there.
 

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