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Album: How do you carry 8' foot long antennas in a truck with 6' bed?

This is a little project I came up with to fix the problem I had with long antennas and the short bed truck. It is a ten foot long pvc pipe cut down to 8' capped on one end and a screw cap on the other. Secured with Ball bungee cords to hold it tight to the camper top I bought for my truck, The racks were a good deal for me too. The total cost for the PVC part was only $18.00 including the glue. Pipe was cut at 8' 3/4". Made for the "Ham Sitcks" bought from MTC.

How do you carry 8' foot long antennas in a truck with 6' bed?

Updated Dec 19, 2016 - Taken at drive way Louisville, KY
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This is a little project I came up with to fix the problem I had with long antennas and the short bed truck. It is a ten foot long pvc pipe cut down to 8' capped on one end and a screw cap on the other. Secured with Ball bungee cords to hold it tight to the camper top I bought for my truck, The racks were a good deal for me too. The total cost for the PVC part was only $18.00 including the glue. Pipe was cut at 8' 3/4". Made for the "Ham Sitcks" bought from MTC.
Taken at drive way Louisville, KY
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