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Kevberlin last won the day on January 14

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About Kevberlin

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    German cars, motorbikes. Cycling. Motorsport and footy

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    2000 Lupo 1.0E 2012 Mini Cooper S Roadster 2002 VW T4 Autosleeper Trooper
  1. It just stretches under the base and tucks in underneath
  2. Just stretch it over the base. No need to remove headliner or the base screw. No connections needed
  3. The link I sent you will sort it. That is what happened to my rubber gasket
  4. Thanks for that. I don’t know this stuff
  5. Not necessary for the gasket. It stretches over the base
  6. It’s easy. Just place over the base and stretch it into place. No silicone is necessary.
  7. Yes. Longer is better. i sealed by base with a new gasket like below. Fitted perfectly. https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B016QC6JZ0/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o00?ie=UTF8&psc=1
  8. I bought original length aerials for both my cars. They were 40mm. The research I did suggested short stub aerials are not so effective as longer ones. Good luck
  9. Mine was simple screw out/screw in. This video below appears to be yours too.
  10. If it’s like the ones I showed you, it will unscrew. i can only guess it may be rusted or cross threaded.
  11. They came supplied with 2 different adapters. One 6mm to 6mm. One 6mm to 5mm
  12. Both my antennae (Lupo and Mini) look like this:
  13. Not on mine. It was a simple screw out. I also just replaced one on my Mini Roadster and that too, was exactly the same.
  14. The whip part has a male screw thread. It screws into the female thread on the roof base. Mine came off quite easily. It may be seized and require grips on the male thread. Good luck
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