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« Reply #60 on: May 04, 2002, 05:30:58 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #61 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:01 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #62 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:03 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #63 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:04 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #64 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:06 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #65 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:08 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #66 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:10 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #67 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:11 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #68 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:13 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #69 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:14 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #70 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:15 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #71 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:17 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #72 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:21 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #73 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:22 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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« Reply #74 on: May 04, 2002, 05:31:23 PM »

Well, believe it or not, a Hustler (actually made by Antenna Specialists) is what Motorola ships now. It does well to hold a simple Hustler 7 foot 2 pound antenna, but concider one 13.5 feet long and weighing 12 pounds!

Fact is, you can not tighten a Hustler mount enough to hold it up and a 45° angle, much less at 80 mph. The threads are only 1/8" long and screwed into stamped stainless steel sheet.

Been there, done that!
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