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Shark Fin Aerial
#1
Does anyone have a shark fin aerial on your blingo? If anyone has could you please post a pic??

Thank you
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#2
I second that, I seen a red one on eBay and thought it would look good on roof at back but still unsure
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#3
One on mine.
(But it's pretend. Shh.) :whistle:
Would imagine a proper one would work, but not as good as a rod aerial.
(Those tiny bee-sting aerials weren't up to much.)
There are cheap (ish) ones for sale on fleabay.
I put a pretend one on mine as the previous owner had a flashing beacon on the roof and left a hole with a sealing grommet.
This covers it perfectly. :thumbsup:

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Same seller as mine, but this is a working one.
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/SMALL-WORKING-...5d34b704ba
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#4
Martin to the rescue again. Took the ariel off just to give a better idea to those interested. (Click the image below).

   

(P.S Martin, owe you a couple of overdue PM's if they are still any use :thumbsup: ).
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#5
Ahhhhhhh!!!
Andre has butchered my van!
Pinched me aerial, he has. :eek:
Put it back, put it back now.
My van has been violated...
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#6
Andre, can you turn my steel wheels into 17" alloys and my bank account into positive numbers?
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#7
instead of starting a new thread I thought I'd add to this one...

The aerial is getting battered each time I move the car in/out of my garage (very low garage door! and aerial never lies completely flat), I assumed it would unscrew but after attacking it with a pair of pliers all I have managed to do is mash up the plastic outer!

It should unscrew right?

If not, then I may look into a shark fin aerial...
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#8
Yes they do unsrew, but if they aint been removed for ages they tend to seize up. Get a grip of the base so it dont move and try turning the aerial back and forwards It may let go in the end. Try to get some plus gas or similar in the joint. I replaced mine with a 300mm aerial.
Are we there yet????? Huh
Ex 1.6hdi van now 3 seater 1.4 multispace
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#9
I have some Plusgas, think I'll spray some on it now and leave it to work whilst I have me dinner :-)

I thought it unscrewed, thanks for confirming.
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#10
nope, it's properly stuck, all I succeeded in doing was turning the whole aerial fitting on top of the roof :-(
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