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    Out of control poster! amts's Avatar
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    DX = duplex
    RPT = repeater
    I/P = input
    O/P = output

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    Thanks AMTS!
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  3. #15
    Very helpful ,Thank you
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  4. #16
    I have drawn up a chart that fits neatly in the spare slot on your prado 150 visor but for some reason cant upload it as the file size is 36kb ....wanted to share it so people can have a reminder.

    Can anyone help?
    2013 (12 build) GX Auto.......with safari snorkel, toyota bar, tow bar, roof racks, led spots with fancy newpro switchgear, uniden remote UHF and aerial, ARB bash plates, Roadsafe recovery points, digoptions radio, general grabber AT2s, cheap ebay roof rack that has stood up surprisingly well.....

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    Print it off and take a photo, then upload that?


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    Quote Originally Posted by retroenduro View Post
    I have drawn up a chart that fits neatly in the spare slot on your prado 150 visor but for some reason cant upload it as the file size is 36kb ....wanted to share it so people can have a reminder.

    Can anyone help?
    I don't think you can upload a file to Pradopoint. Create a dropbox or box account and upload the file to that. Then provide a link here.
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    Here you go guys, your very own cut out and keep OEM style UHF chart that 'should' fit perfectly into the spare slot in your sunvisor in your 150 (can do 90 and 120 if i get dimensions)

    enjoy! (and let me know if it doesnt work

    https://www.dropbox.com/s/3485pw7vv9...Chart.pdf?dl=0
    Last edited by retroenduro; 30-09-2014 at 03:51 PM.
    2013 (12 build) GX Auto.......with safari snorkel, toyota bar, tow bar, roof racks, led spots with fancy newpro switchgear, uniden remote UHF and aerial, ARB bash plates, Roadsafe recovery points, digoptions radio, general grabber AT2s, cheap ebay roof rack that has stood up surprisingly well.....

  8. #20
    worked fine. I have no printed ta.
    Terry
    Canberra
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  9. #21
    Sensational, worked fine, Thankyou.

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    Hi all, Just wondering about the GME AE4705 aerial if anyone has one. Particularly about how it moves on corrugated roads. Looking to mount one about 10cm from a AT6db (gme mobile phone antenna). I've had issues with my gme AE4018K swinging back and forth by about 25cm either side (at the base), therefore hitting any antenna near it. The mobile phone antenna doesn't move much at all on. My question is does the 4705 move much under corrugations? Otherwise what is the best one to get for that?

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    They move a bit but not as bad as a lot of other aerials. Have a look here http://www.pradopoint.com/showthread...l=1#post475222 and check out my video on varying degrees of corrugated roads to see how they go.

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    I've been running the 4705 on my ARB bar for 6 years without any issues. It moves slightly and bends sufficiently for most encounters with branches etc. Just don't slam into the trees or you can fracture the fibreglass pole as happened to my first 4705 on my old Prado.
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