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Anyone know where I can get those little rubber tips that go on the antennas? I lost mine at the shop. I backed under a car on a lift and pulled them off. All the ones I can find are too big or two thick. Should be lots in the parking lot at CCR though............

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post #2 of 28 Old Aug 4th, 2007, 9:04 am
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Anyone know where I can get those little rubber tips that go on the antennas? I lost mine at the shop. I backed under a car on a lift and pulled them off. All the ones I can find are too big or two thick. Should be lots in the parking lot at CCR though............
I remember losing Toad's antenna tip cover several years ago and Lone Star noticed it and replaced it por nada at a regular service. Coupla years later, I lost that one too, and being near another dealer, I felt I should pay for it (shoulda paid for the first one too, butt I'm cheap!!). $5.00!! Yikes!!

So now, I collect them leetle darlin's, when folks aren't lookin'!!!

If you want yours back, just send me a PM with a snail mail addy and I'll pop it in the mailbox today!
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If you want yours back, just send me a PM with a snail mail addy and I'll pop it in the mailbox today!
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Did you grab mine too???
If James doesn't think it's his, then I guess so!!!

Actually, after my thirteenth cup of coffee this morning, my cranium exploded with an idear. I've got a zip-lock bag full of various sizes of heat shrink tubing - cut one of the small diameter pieces to length (OEM is 13/24ths"); place it on the antenna tip and fire up the flame thrower. Work???
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So now, I collect them leetle darlin's, when folks aren't lookin'!!!
Stole my too you bad bad man! When were you in the UK to do that?

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Angry No sleep at CCR

Yikes Guess I better keep both eyes on my bike at CCR. Might spoil my good time.

Guess I better hide my coffee cup holder as well.


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If James doesn't think it's his, then I guess so!!!

Actually, after my thirteenth cup of coffee this morning, my cranium exploded with an idear. I've got a zip-lock bag full of various sizes of heat shrink tubing - cut one of the small diameter pieces to length (OEM is 13/24ths"); place it on the antenna tip and fire up the flame thrower. Work???
I've still got my antenna tip (haven't been to CCR, <BG>), but that's a great idea. Coffee is wonderful medicine isn't it? dwillie.
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Dick - GMTA, gmta man.

When I worked at the two way shop, that was a common 'fix' for some n00b trim'n back the wrong end of the whip. They usually only did it once.

Another point is if you 'customize' it enough, makes it easier to find your LT in a herd.

Mmmm, herd or flock. Maybe a pod??

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I lost mine along with half the antenna length when I folded the aerial over under the rack so I could put my cover on (an old trick I learned on a website dedicated to information on the LT motorcycle).

Since it hasn't affected my radio reception and I don't mind the slightly frayed look, I'll leave it as is for now.

Might switch to one of those hidden babies one of these days before someone gets their eye poked out.

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When I worked at the two way shop, that was a common 'fix' for some n00b trim'n back the wrong end of the whip. They usually only did it once.

Another point is if you 'customize' it enough, makes it easier to find your LT in a herd.

Mmmm, herd or flock. Maybe a pod??
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Antenna Tip

Here's my fix...go out to your garage or into your closet and pull a rubber tip off the end of a piece of wire shelving, if your still old school at home or you never got the safety tips then visit Home Depot, a hardware store or a friends house. Get out the electrial tape to size up the end of your antenna and bingo your done with a very attractive tip for zip.

Estimated repair time 60 seconds.
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What do the tips do, anyway? Mine looks like someone took the antenna off, pointed the tip at the sidewalk, and ground it down to a wedge shaped point. Doesn't seem to hurt the reception. I wouldn't have noticed it, but was comparing it to the CB antenna, which wasn't ground down.

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- 'poke' prevention - makes the tip a tad less sharp when you jab it in your eye.
- finish - tips are often rough cut, makes it look 'nice'.
- expectation - many folks think it's not 'right' if it's not there.

Contrary to the cb crowd (well, some of them at least), it has no affect on transmission or reception except for how it may affect total electrical length (very minimal effect!). If it was large enough - it could. Then it'd be called a 'capacitance hat'.

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$12.00 shipping for something you could stick on a postage stamp. That's about right. I shipped a CD changer for $15.90 Priority mail this week. Reminds me of the Harley fingerless gloves for $25 that were $11 without the logo. I just painted my tips black. I found some vacuum line plugs but they are a little big. It's no big deal. HD stands for "hundreds of dollars". Sometimes it looks like BMW stands for Boy, My Wallet!...........

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$12.00 shipping for something you could stick on a postage stamp. That's about right. I shipped a CD changer for $15.90 Priority mail this week. Reminds me of the Harley fingerless gloves for $25 that were $11 without the logo. I just painted my tips black. I found some vacuum line plugs but they are a little big. It's no big deal. HD stands for "hundreds of dollars". Sometimes it looks like BMW stands for Boy, My Wallet!...........
The 12 bucks was my attempt at humor with the postal rates and UPS going through the roof due to labor & fuel costs.

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My first 2 LTs didn't have one. My 05 does!
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My first 2 LTs didn't have one. My 05 does!
However neither of my 3 LTs came with the flashlight in the oddment box.
Mine had the flashlight. With a brand new battery, it's almost bright enough to be seen at midnight.

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If any of y'all have access to electronic equipment suppliers, look for plastic tips for the handles of small toggle switches. You can get a whole bag of 'em for less than one tip from a BMW dealer. Choice of colors, too.

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If any of y'all have access to electronic equipment suppliers, look for plastic tips for the handles of small toggle switches. You can get a whole bag of 'em for less than one tip from a BMW dealer. Choice of colors, too.

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I suppose you could dip the end of the antenna in that plastic goo they coat tool handles with.

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$12.00 shipping for something you could stick on a postage stamp. That's about right. I shipped a CD changer for $15.90 Priority mail this week. Reminds me of the Harley fingerless gloves for $25 that were $11 without the logo. I just painted my tips black. I found some vacuum line plugs but they are a little big. It's no big deal. HD stands for "hundreds of dollars". Sometimes it looks like BMW stands for Boy, My Wallet!...........
That's another good attempt, but most of us understand it to be Bring My Wallet or Bring More Wampum.

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