mmayson
15 years ago
Is there a correct side of the car to fix a radio aerial? Is there a correct way of fixing it on? The aerial I have decided to fit is the twin mount straight aerial. I have looked through the show pics and noticed that some cars have them on the right, some on the left, some at an angle , some upright. My car is RHD so I imagine it should be mounted on the left?
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mmayson
15 years ago
Anyone?...............................................
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Jules
15 years ago
I don't think there is any right or wrong, all down to personal taste.

Andy Sparks
15 years ago
I don't believe that they are sided, i will look at my accessory catalogues if you want?
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mmayson
15 years ago
"Andy Sparks" wrote:

I don't believe that they are sided, i will look at my accessory catalogues if you want?


That would be great Andy, thanks.

Mike
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1958 Harry
15 years ago
I aways thought they were generally mounted on the opposite side to the driver?, so on a LHD car they go on the right and on a RHD car they go on the left.
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15 years ago
Would have thought drivers side. Can't you reach out of the window to pull it up? Would that work?

Personally I'd think twice about drilling two big holes in my front quarter panel.
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justbuggin
15 years ago
"1958 Harry" wrote:

I aways thought they were generally mounted on the opposite side to the driver?, so on a LHD car they go on the right and on a RHD car they go on the left.



Not sure if that's a general rule, but my LHD 58 has the aerial on the right
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