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Old 07-29-2004, 11:03 PM
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need antenna for am/fm/cb e-150

have an 87 e-150 conversion van.has an antenna on side of passenger side front fender. serves as antenna for am/fm & cb radios.cannot locate one anywhere. mine is broken. anyone know of where to find one? thanks
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Old 07-29-2004, 11:13 PM
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Okay, replace it with a standard am/fm antenna, and then put on a seperate antenna for the CB and match it properly. If you don't you can damage your CB.
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thanks for the possible fix on my antenna, but i don't want to punch any new holes in my van if i don't have to.
the present antenna uses two holes in the side of the fender. if, i go the route that you suggested then i'll have two additional holes plus i'll also have two antennas sticking up. i guess it might be one possible solution, but i just don't know why i seem to have an antenna that no one has ever seen before.
it apparently came from the factory, maybe the conversion company, that way. thanks
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The one on the fender is a factory antenna, or should be.... It may have had an aftermarket mast on it. You can replace that antenna with any factory ford antenna from a junk yard, and then get a magnet mount CB antenna.
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