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And how flexible is that antennae?
 

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Very flexible. It basically rubber. It also will tilt of hit.

When I fist seen it in there I was kind of put off. I had no issues with the old set up, but I can get stations even my truck will not pick up with it. Pretty cool.
 

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Brian, I think that is excellent actually. Can you provide a parts list for that antenna? I have a Sirius and I really like how that looks. I use the Sirius antenna now, but this looks very cool.
 

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I have had problems getting radio stations. I wondered if it needed to be grounded. I've already ordered the parts to do install on mine. Looks good. Also like the weights on the inside of wheels.
 

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Sam, do you know the part numbers? I have looked on JD parts and not found it. Mine came in the radio kit.
Yea I have them let me find them bracket luv21341. Grommet t122938. Screws 19m7867. Antenna swjd11. I'm gonna make my own bracket. Jd wants $19.00 and 5 days to ship. Grommet is $8.00 same 5 days. So it will be faster for me to make my own then I can put my Sirius antenna there too.
 

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Yea I have them let me find them bracket luv21341. Grommet t122938. Screws 19m7867. Antenna swjd11. I'm gonna make my own bracket. Jd wants $19.00 and 5 days to ship. Grommet is $8.00 same 5 days. So it will be faster for me to make my own then I can put my Sirius antenna there too.
I already made my own, radio picks up a lot more stations
 

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Thanks Sam, how about the antenna cable is there a part number for that too?
 

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Personally, I think it looks like it belongs there (factory) or better than. Good job.
 
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