Our green T-2 tops are failing - HELP!

Vahe Tadevosyan

New Member
5PLS
@Vahe Tadevosyan I'd guess that means "won't hurt anything, so we do recommend using it"?
Plastics that sit in the sun a lot, tend to discolor. Some break down a lot. It's a variable.
A base sits in sun, rain, frost, hail, for several years sometimes.
Is there a cover, you'd recommend? I've seen "antenna cones" for those who have permanent, or semi permanent base set up. When I move to a t3, I was thinking of setting up the t2 as a semi permanent base. I've also heard that such cones are real expensive. 1500 to 2500. Because they have to not interfere with the signals, from any angle etc.
Is there such a thing available and recommended?
Thinking ahead...
N
Dear Nate,

Yes, you are right! We recommend using it.

With Regards,
Vahe
 

Bryan Enfinger

Active Member
Thanks guys for the T2 covers ! I replaced ours using Vladimir's video. As Jim mentioned there's not much to see except the excellent design of the T2 board and antenna. Pretty easy to replace. My brother Buck was concerned, but i replaced both in about 1 hour.

They look brand new now ! The new covers felt a little stronger than the old covers.
 
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