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roblun
Posted 2019-01-24 10:19 AM (#577328)
Subject: Rear Dual Antennas Question



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Looking for a set of "Tilted Gaskets" for my Rear Dual Antennas, I'm sure that there
was 2 different types of Rear Dual antennas one for the 57 and another for the 58 Plymouth the base was slightly
Different, I think I have the 57 ones, but it needs a tilted gasket to go on the 58 Plymouth but the 58's Antennas
Doesn't use the tilted Gasket... or it could be the other way around, but I do need the titled gasket
Any help would be awesome.... cheers

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mstrug
Posted 2019-01-24 12:27 PM (#577334 - in reply to #577328)
Subject: Re: Rear Dual Antennas Question



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Page 44, don't know if it is a wedge style, call them.
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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-01-24 1:05 PM (#577338 - in reply to #577328)
Subject: Re: Rear Dual Antennas Question


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Gary didn't have any but call Quirey, I just finished molding some flat ones.

I believe they come from Europe, Gary said he wasn't getting anymore. The ones I got were serious sh*t... I had to remold and fix them three times, adding material and sanding a lot.

I just got done molding though. I got them long enough also(most are too short and dont fit), no shrinkage. This is UV protected also. Shore A70 hardness.

Of the 6 gaskets I borrowed, 4 were the "short type" and were not usable without extending the mold which is a pita...

 



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roblun
Posted 2019-01-24 5:43 PM (#577351 - in reply to #577328)
Subject: RE: Rear Dual Antennas Question



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I got my Gaskets from Gary about 5 years ago, they fit really well....but Ive heard that the tilted ones are very
hard to find, thanks Mark for that info as well, I'll just have to wait and see if they're going to be making those
gaskets once the dust settles there!



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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-01-24 6:41 PM (#577354 - in reply to #577328)
Subject: Re: Rear Dual Antennas Question


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hah yeah I recognize those. they are the ones I started with, I smoothed them up a bit and remolded.
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roblun
Posted 2019-01-25 11:28 PM (#577387 - in reply to #577354)
Subject: Re: Rear Dual Antennas Question



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Just wondering what the tilted gasket would look like, any chance that you Mike would be making any?
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mikes2nd
Posted 2019-01-26 12:53 AM (#577393 - in reply to #577328)
Subject: Re: Rear Dual Antennas Question


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i dont have any original to make, i assume its just the one you have with a little extra material on one side, sloped.
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