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Pissprinkler
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Pissprinkler Jan 13, 3:23am - #373077 

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Broken antenna!

I was taking off my stock antenna to put on my newly purchase s2000 and while i was twisting it, the screw broke off in the whole! angry Its deep in there too so i cant grab it with pliers. Do yall have any suggestions? or do i have to replace the antenna holder thingamajig?
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YurBuddyChrist
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YurBuddyChrist Jan 13, 3:47am - #373078 
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get a small drill bit and drill that baby out of there thumbsup
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Pissprinkler
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Pissprinkler Jan 13, 3:49am - #373079 

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thats what my dad wants to do, scared hes gonna screw something up lol
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purchaseworthit
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purchaseworthit Jan 13, 3:52am - #373080 

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if you end up screwing it up, let me know. i got the stock antenna assembly out of my 2000 celica you could buy cheap, i dont need it.

*let's kill you and let's kill me*
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Pissprinkler
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Pissprinkler Jan 13, 3:55am - #373081 

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cool ill keep that in mind. thanks
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trdhondakiller
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trdhondakiller Jan 13, 5:17am - #373082 
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u can take out all hte plastics in the inside of your truck and should bea ble to get ahold of it and then twist. that's what I had to do to a friend sol and they are essentially in the same location.
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