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PnOy2nv Oct 26, 10:48pm - #310490 

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S2000 antena Question

Hey fellas and ladies, just had a noobie question, i was picking up my lil cousin from school and saw the honda dealership, so i made a U turn and bought a S2000 antena for $20. I got it on and it looks way better, but whats the best way to prevent it from getting stolen?
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speedducky Oct 26, 10:56pm - #310491 

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lock tite works pretty good I've heard

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PnOy2nv Oct 26, 10:57pm - #310492 

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not to be stupid, but whats "lock tite" is that glue or something? never heard of it before.
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speedducky
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speedducky Oct 26, 11:03pm - #310493 

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It's a liquid you put on the threads of the antenna when it dries it's almost impossible from it to be unscrewed with out tools. You can find it at most hardware stores.

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grcelica Oct 26, 11:24pm - #310494 

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^^^^^ yep. comes in a little tube, only a couple of bucks.
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SeeULater Oct 26, 11:33pm - #310495 
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They do vary in strength so be careful what you choose. If yoy never want it to come out again then get some of the stronger stuff, but other wise the weaker one will do if you want to be able to get it off.
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StuntPanda Oct 26, 11:45pm - #310496 

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..i gota go find me a honda dealer... i still have my stock antenna
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docsmiley Oct 27, 1:24am - #310497 

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Originally Posted by StuntPanda
..i gota go find me a honda dealer... i still have my stock antenna


I have some I'll sell for $15 shipped. $20 if you want it painted with Krylon Fusion. Blue, Red, White, Yellow available.

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hephaestus Oct 27, 2:08am - #310498 
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Going back to the initial topic with no disrespect to the previous.
PnOy2nv do you realy need to worry about the S2000 antenna being stolen in Alaska? I live in area that's not as bad as LA or Cali, but there is a bigger attraction for mayhem here. Especially if you stand out. I never had a problem with my antenna. Just some mucous "ginders" on my door handle. Maybe people just know not to mess with my car. I don't think so.
I say don't even go through the trouble. I never have and it's still there. If it get's stolen, I say better than that $20 piece than my car.
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MiKeStyLeZ
PnOy2nv Oct 27, 3:14am - #310499 

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thats for the info guys...i think i screwed it on pretty tight. Im not gonna worry about the loc tite. But thanks for the feed back everyone!
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