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Author Topic: Rear Frame Mount for Newer Cars?  (Read 519 times)
AA9HD
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« on: January 16, 2001, 01:24:32 PM »

Hi- I have a Yaesu ATAS 100 that's currently attached to a Diamond trunk lip mount on my '99 Honda Accord.  However, the trunk flexes a bit from the bulk of the antenna, and i'd like to find a better place for it on the car.  Does anybody make a mount that attaches to the frame of the car and comes out from under the back bumper?  The car has plastic-covered bumpers.

thanks, chris aa9hd ccieslak@chriscieslak.com
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KD5CTJ
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« Reply #1 on: June 29, 2001, 01:53:22 PM »

yes. at your next hanm fest check out lakeview's stand. They sell a piece of alum stock that will do the trick. I have a 96 prelude and mounted this where the bumper attaches to the frame. I even used the same holes, just replaced the plastic screw with an appropiate sized bolt. Works like a champ.

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