Originally Posted by danfitz
"Make sure when you do this install that the antenna ends are not swinging forward back to the D-box. My tubes rotated a bit, and I need to fix them so I get best possible reception for this configuration."
The nice thing about the Du-Bro housing tubes is they are plenty stiff to hold their shape. I run them all the way to the rear spar, glue them well with black CA, cut off the excess and done in five minutes. Mine have not shifted since installed.
Yes, good call Dan. I use the etched teflon tubing that was/is used for pushrod housing. Its thin and light, but unless it is straightened, will have a bit of a curve to it....