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By Chris N
I have a Sierra Denali 2019 6.2L - I apologize for not knowing much as I got the truck from my brother and never owned a truck before in my life!
I would like to install two antennas on the rear stake pockets and bring the coaxial cables into the cabin. cables are 1/4 inch each. There is a also a small control cable for the tarheel antenna. I don't plan to connect the radios to the Car Batteries as I have separate batteries for radio use.
I would like to know if there are some sort of documentation or drawings that shows where I can check for the cable entry points to the cabin from the rear to bring these cables into the cabin and the precautions I need to do and best practices to seal the entry points to prevent dust and stuff.
any help would be appreciated.
Hi, I like to install two antennas in my 2019 Silverado Crew Cab I'm looking at no-drill mounts was looking at the
Valley Enterprises Fender Mount Antenna Bracket 3/4 Inch NMO for Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra 2019-2021 but wanted to ask if anyone found a coax cable route that does not require any drilling thru the firewall? any help would be Appreciated
2014 Sierra SLT
My reception was pretty bad in certain spots with certain stations. I had these dead spots during my commute that would get nothing but full static or 75% static to the point where i had to change the channel or just turn the damn thing off.
I was at walmart buying oil and saw this antenna and said what the heck, i'll just return it if this one doesnt work as well. I had tried couple other antennas before and it was worse than stock.
Let me tell you, this thing got me full HD signal even in those dead zones, i was amazed! Its a soft mast crappy feeling universal antenna that is $9 but this thing works!!
Give it a try. I used the bigger universal mount that gets tightened with screws to the original mount. I didnt use the cable or anything else.
Figured i share since i know how frustration it was to have crappy reception. We will see how it will hold up against the car wash later this week.
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