Taped? You should be using marine grade heat shrink that will last a lot longer than tape. Just some advice.All connections were soldered and taped. I dont have pics of it tho. I just wanted to get the main pics. I told the guy it would look cleaner to mount the antenna inside the car instead of on the roof. Plus, it saved some time.
First off, can you even use heat shrink on a connection that you "tapped'? If so, explain. If installing an alarm and/or remote starter or anything else that you just tap into wires, id like to know how do you heat shrink it without actually cutting the wire in half to slip on the heat shrink.Taped? You should be using marine grade heat shrink that will last a lot longer than tape. Just some advice.
Really Dave ? Wanna provide some evidence to your claim ? I can surely show the opposite as well as how many YOU have straight up screwed over ..just avoid Unexpected Creations that guy *****.
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