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TimO
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TimO Jul 12, 4:59am - #221915 

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2005 Scion TC

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Hunterdon County, NJ
Antenna snapped off!

I was trying to get my stock antenna off and it just snapped off! The stud is still in there, flush with the hole. So I cant pry it out or anything. It's in there good.

Any suggestions on what to do to get it out?! confused angry cry
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Erick
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Erick Jul 12, 5:07am - #221916 

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2001 Toyota Celica GT

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Bay Area, CA
you could probably try drilling it out =P or just get a whole new base from someone that changed their antenna to a motorized one happywink

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VSGTS14 Jul 12, 6:31am - #221917 

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i would try getting pliars and just gripping that motha till it moves if there's enough of the anntenna to grip spineyes

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shoulin
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shoulin Jul 12, 6:46am - #221918 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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Elk Grove, California
try drilling a small (very small) hole in the top of the stud, then screw in a small screw with Lock-Tight on it, let it set about 20 mins to let the lock tight to harden, then try using a screw driver on the head of the screw to screw it out... remember, "Righty tighty, lefty loosie"
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ravertony
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ravertony Jul 12, 6:51am - #221919 
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i think your gonna have to drill out like mentioned above
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ImportRacer
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ImportRacer Jul 12, 7:35am - #221920 
2002 Candy Red Toyota Celica
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Off topic, but nice sig shoulin. thumbsup
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hkysk8r86
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hkysk8r86 Jul 12, 4:35pm - #221921 

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Originally Posted by ImportRacer
Off topic, but nice sig shoulin. thumbsup


yeah, that chick has a nice body! who is she?! eek
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gearSHIFTx
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gearSHIFTx Jul 12, 4:46pm - #221922 

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1990 Toyota Celica

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i think her name is nikki... she has a website like nextdoornikki...something like that thumbsup not that i would kno or anything spineyes
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DiabloGTS
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DiabloGTS Jul 12, 5:36pm - #221923 

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2002 Kawasaki Ninja 250

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use a magnet thats got enough power, and twist it out.

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TimO
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TimO Jul 12, 5:47pm - #221924 

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2005 Scion TC

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Hunterdon County, NJ
I'm going to try soulins idea, i think thats my best bet.
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CID498
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CID498 Jul 12, 5:53pm - #221925 

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2000 Toyota Celica GT

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So.Cal
Get a reversed drill bit and it will prolly spin right out and if it doesn't get an easy out and run it in there and that should get it.

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RicePowered
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RicePowered Jul 12, 5:55pm - #221926 
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South Jersey
use pilers or an easy-out dril bit thumbsup
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