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Old 14-04-15, 12:13 PM   #1
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Hi does anyone know how I get to the mounting nut on the Boxer's aerial base? I have tried removing the over windscreen shelf but there is a steel beam in the way of getting to the aerial. Do I have to strip the whole roof lining out so I can remove that beam or can I remove the over cab shelf and get in from above?

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Have to drop the headlining I'm afraid. Unless someone else knows of a short cut.
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Old 15-04-15, 02:49 PM   #3
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Thanks as long as I know that will work I will have to get it done it seems crazy to do so much work to get to one nut holding the aerial. My old Vauxhall you just had to unbolt one sun visor and the nut was behind the mounting.
As I drive on a lot of narrow lanes with overhanging trees my aerials all ways get battered.
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Old 16-04-15, 06:49 AM   #4
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Why not just fit one of those aerials that stick along the inside of the windscreen. seems a lot of work that you'll have to do to replace the original and it won't get damaged by trees or bushes either.

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Old 19-07-17, 07:13 AM   #5
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Thanks as long as I know that will work I will have to get it done it seems crazy to do so much work to get to one nut holding the aerial. My old Vauxhall you just had to unbolt one sun visor and the nut was behind the mounting.
As I drive on a lot of narrow lanes with overhanging trees my aerials all ways get battered.
Hi Dave, almost spot on, here's how. Remove all headlining handles and visors and overhead shelf, remove centre plastic divider (2 x 10mm hex), unclip the three or four push fit retaining clips using a flat bladed screwdriver or similar, remove side trims from cab, and lower the front of the head lining (no need to remove rear of headlining). Undo four small allen bolts retaining overhead parcel shelf. From the rear of the cab, remove the phillips screws retaining the rear of the overhead parcel shelf and remove the entire shelf.
Unbolt the antiroll bar from the front (2 x 10mm hex bolts), and you can now access the 10mm aerial retaining nut.
Took me three nights to suss this one out, and I'm at a loss why a manufacturer would make something likely to break during it's life so difficult to repair.
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