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Old 08-07-2012, 07:18 AM   #15
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Will an Antenna Pros AX-909g2 work, seems to have very good consumer reviews, thanks
I'm sure it works well. The problem I see is it's designed for house use. Looks fairly fragile to me to withstand 65mph continuous winds going down the road. I could be wrong.
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Old 08-07-2012, 11:40 AM   #16
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Then the Jack would be a good option since it does come with it's own roof mount and amplifier.

Those that just want to replace their antenna and keep the old batwing crank up, you can just buy the Jack antenna for about $40.

The batwing also has it's own roof mount and amplifier.. Just so you know.

Plus Winegard makes the Sensar pro which is yet more amplifier.
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Old 08-21-2012, 06:59 PM   #17
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just got a 2001 GBM class A, need an idea for an dig. TV antenna, the previous owner replaced the Bat wing with a crank up dish, don't want to remove it in case i want to get the service down the road.
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I just installed Jack antenna directly on roof, easy install. No cranking up. Easy to tune, turns 360 deg, has signal strength meter, works great.

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Man,i am sorry,that was a joke,i was talking about the wife being an old bat.but again was kidding

No need for apology KM17.... Know the feeling and enjoy the humor.
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just got a 2001 GBM class A, need an idea for an dig. TV antenna, the previous owner replaced the Bat wing with a crank up dish, don't want to remove it in case i want to get the service down the road.
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19.95 at Home depot. A Magnavox HD digital antenna. No amp, lightweight, easy to put together. Works great right inside the TV compartment. No issues. Give it a try. Seeya on the road.
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