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Old 08-14-2020, 05:54 PM   #1
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Remove Winegard rv-6035 tv antenna

So long story short I was in an accident with my travel trailer. The person who is towing it to the repair shop needs all items off the roof that are over 10' 2". I have everything done except for the winegard antenna, I have the head off of it but I can't figure out a good way to remove the stem. If anyone can give me any insight it would be appreciated.
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Assuming you do not have the antenna manual, I would call Winegard when they open Mon morning. 800.288.8094
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Is it a crank up style of a fixed base?....Crank up style, remove handle inside and the indexing ring, then on top rull the pivot pin and pull up housing and remove cable connection.........on fixed base, remove caulking around base and screws....I see it's a fixed base...
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Is it a crank up style of a fixed base?....Crank up style, remove handle inside and the indexing ring, then on top rull the pivot pin and pull up housing and remove cable connection.........on fixed base, remove caulking around base and screws....I see it's a fixed base...
Thank you, thats what I ended up doing. I just figured there had to be a way to remove the 6" shaft that rotates which would leave all caulking attached and still sealed.
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