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Old 01-09-14, 18:21
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I'm looking for one "G" rod aerial and three screw together "F" rod aerial sections.

Also looking for an aerial base no 9 and brush guard, steel parts only, I've got the rubber mount.

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Ben
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Old 01-09-14, 21:29
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Also looking for an aerial base no 9 and brush guard, steel parts only, I've got the rubber mount.

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Ben
The steel parts are effectively a blacksmithing job.

Assuming you need the short (No.1) or medium (No.2) "Aerial Base No.9, Mounting No." n, it's only a length of steel tube turned down to fit the skirt of the aerial base at one end and with tapped holes to suit, welded to a steel plate at the other end.

The "Protector, Aerial Base No.9" is more complicated, of course.

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This brush guard Ben? for this style of mount?
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Hi Ben,
I have made the brush guards before, might have a drawing somewhere. See you on Thursday.
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Hi

I'm looking for one "G" rod aerial and three screw together "F" rod aerial sections.

Also looking for an aerial base no 9 and brush guard, steel parts only, I've got the rubber mount.

Thanks

Ben
To aid your search you are looking for:

Aerial Rod F Sec. Top ZA 0896 PC/US 90740C
Aerial Rod F Sec. Middle ZA 0895 PC/US 90741C
Aerial Rod F Sec. Bottom ZA 0894 PC/US 90742C
Aerial Rod G Sec. ZA 1171 PC/US 90767C

I am loathe to sell any of my aerial rods since I'm in the process of restoring 2 Mk II sets. If you REALLY get stuck let me know and I might let an aerial Rod G go.

Good luck! Derek.
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Old 02-09-14, 09:17
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Thanks

Yes that's the one.

I suspect I may end up making the no 9 base and guard, they look easy enough. Nice to have real ones though.

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