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Discussion in 'Electrics' started by Spanky, Sep 20, 2019.

  1. T-Test

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    RainX! And I keep the manual wiper behind the seat if I go somewhere that requires it.
     
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    Hey Spanky, you catch that satellite yet? :roflmao:
     
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    Lately it's been working great, so . . . just one of those gremlins I guess. :rolleyes:
     
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    I hope it keeps working great. I bought one like it since you were having NO problems. ;)
     
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    That's cool, Jim. I hope you'll take my advice on everything! How's your Bitcoin portfolio? :rolleyes:
     
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    Pepper towels work good had to use them few times , but that's over for me last weekend at the car show a man made me an offer on my bucket next day paid me cash , so right onto eBay looking for my next classic,
    I bid on several cars and I won a 1979 Chevy Z28 one owner car , I will still be on here as long as they don't kick me off for not owning a T Bucket thinking all the crap I went though can help someone else, love you guys !!!
     
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    I too have numerous other classic interests. If only I could get life to cooperate and let me get back to wrenching on them. Best of luck with your next build! Congrats on selling your bucket.
     
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    Sweet Guy! On to the next project now. I never get attached to my projects either. Money talks and the next one will always be better. Enjoy!
     
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    It was very unexpected, always wanted a 1980 Chevy Z28 had one new in 1980 and didn't think I could ever afford one they are selling from $15-28000 will post a picture soon
     
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    Where did you mount your antenna? Is it in the bed under your cover or under your dash? Does it need to be mounted in the open?
     
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    I have an old GM tilt steering column, and I put the antenna on top of the little hump that houses the turn signal on the let side of the column. I just used Velcro. Works great! And, yes, the mfr recommends mounting it in the open.
     
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    Ok, thanks! That gives me what I need!
     






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