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    How to make antennas

    Like the marine wip kind what kinds of things are you guys using?? I know wire stock could work but what else is there out there? Any help would be great?
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    RE: How to make antennas

    Small diameter spring wire from the K&S rack at your hobby store. If you need to you can solder the end. I use 600 grit paper, then solder it. I also put a short piece of yellow heat shrink tubing on the top end so I can see it. Pick a diameter that springs back the way you like. The thicker the wire the faster it will snap back to straight.
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    RE: How to make antennas

    Thanks I am going to hit the LHS up when it cools down here. It is hotter the goats but sitting in a pepper patch. Thanks
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