hmmm...what is this?

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  1. tjwagers

    tjwagers Member

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    been wondering for a while what this bracket on my pup was for:

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    and a close-up shot:
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    my best guess is that it is for a flagpole or maybe an antenna mast? [?:~{]
     
  2. Raycfe

    Raycfe Waterford Ct.

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    I would guess the same ...... flagpole or if there is an opening for a TV cable nearby, antenna.
     
  3. Wrenchgear

    Wrenchgear Near Elmira, Southern Ontario

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    Maybe the previous owner needed a place to hold his snow shovel when the Pup was in storage for the winter. [;)]
     
  4. tracker366

    tracker366 New Member

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    Its for a tv antenna,I have seen lots of pups and truck campers with them.
     
  5. bigdad

    bigdad Well-Known Member

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    I have to agree it for a tv antenna
     
  6. gglplex

    gglplex Jesus is Lord!

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    +1 TV antenna. I had a used '00 Jayco and the previous owner had one of these mounted on the side of the pup. I removed it because 1) we don't watch TV when we're camping, 2) didn't have an extra TV anyway, and 3) I kept scraping my arm every time I walked past it. Plugged the screw holes with silicon caulk and a small white plastic plug.
     
  7. Idahawk

    Idahawk " Esta Perpetua "

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    That is known as (makius-aleakus) or otherwise a leak maker.
     

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