We bought an Ariel that attaches to the side of the cabin Comes in a box small enough to sit in the seat storage,then fits together . We thread the cable through the cabin zip,which sits along the zip,between the cabin and th canvas to the tv. Always get a great picture.
Hi there, you can buy a bracket that clamps onto the jockey wheel at one side and clamps onto a mast at the other with. the aerial fixed to the mast.If one bracket does not clear the beds ,then buy two and clamp them together.Most caravan/camping stores sell them and a well known web auction site will
Over the past 15 years we have had 2 Pathfinders and for about 12 of those years had problems getting decent TV reception , We tried 12 volt and 240 volt signal boosters the, aerial on a stick trick non of them were any good,
Eventually the penny dropped and I realised that we already had a good aerial in the loop of the camper frame.
What a revelation this has been, it has enabled us to almost always get good reception. I cant help but wonder when i see others wresting with poles and aerials,
thanks for the link blueexpo97
Junior pullman like i posted in my reply clamp 2 brackets together,to clear the pod or as i used to do in the cruiser use a short length of 21mm unistrut with 8mm screwed rod to clamp the jockey wheel and mast
Message posted by Russ Boy10/3/2018 at 10:01am Outfit: 2010 Conway Crusader Location: The Republic of Bethnal Green
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