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Antennae Keeper
Author: Reproduced with the permission of Clay Ramskill

Antenna Keeper

What do you do to keep the end of your antenna in place?

A 1/2 inch piece of fuel tube does the job nicely - cut two slots in it about 1/2 way through. Squeeze the tubing to open up the slots, and thread the antenna through the slots as shown. The tubing can then be slid up the antenna as desired.

The tubing will not beat your aircraft to death as the antenna whips around in flight, will hold the antenna securely, and yet in case of (ugh!) a crash, the tubing will slide right off instead of breaking the antenna.

-Clay Ramskill, 7 Towers RCC, Arlington, Tx.


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