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Blows on the heatsink.
Does the fan blow on the heatsinks or blow out?
There are some justifiable reasons for 45 degree mounts
Clearances if you drive where you're hitting tree limbs and bridges.
Also classic style trucks with twin stacks put antennas close to them which can cause tuning issues.
But for most, it looks cool to "Bull horn" your antennas and that's what matters!
A vertical antenna should be mounted mounted. vertical This keeps the polarization vertical whereas a 45 degree angle makes it neither vertical or horizontal. This will have an effect on local TX & RX since mobiles and many base antennas are vertical.
I thought they all had to have a 45° forward angle,especially on dump trucks.
Looks to me like a good sledding hill!
I really miss my scanners. Everything here went encrypted and sold them all off.
Awesome AM radio but sold it and got a 955,needed SSB.
That's a bad ass antenna. Liked the whole story. 73
I am the same way just cant do an antenna on my truck.
what a great lookin set up!
I bought a new one in about '96, and still have it.
I love when I visit a Goodwill and they have wire and antenna stuff.
Nice ! You " Da' Man " Rob !
looks like this should work
Looking good Bf