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Old 31-03-2004   #1
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Beesting Aerials?

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Just wondering what does everyone think of Beesting aerials? If anyone has one, how easy or not are they to fit to a MK2 Fiat Punto

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I think you just twist your old one out and then twist it in, but that also makes them easy to knick,

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hello
what are beesting arials? - i know they are obviuosly better looking but is that it? just wanderin'. :)

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They are apparently a lot smaller than standard aerials, and smarter looking. So I hear. But I've also heard about them being more easy to nick. My aerial got damaged in a car wash.....so looking to replace..........:)
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i thought they were usually mounted to the rear of the roof as on vw golf

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A beesting aerial is just a sportier looking aerial, it usually comes packaged with three or four lengths so you have it as long (or short) as you wish. It just screws into the standard place, the old one unscrews quite easily. If you're worried about people nicking them, you must live in a seriouly high crime area. If you're worried though, you can get beestings that have a lock on them. You cant take the aerial off without using a unique key (supplied with it) and it looks no different to a normal beesting. Expect to pay a couple of quid more though!
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Hi ya! Thanks for all your advice, someone told me not to fit one incase it got nicked, thought it was strange never heard of anyone stealing aerials but you never know right? HAHAH! Got a nice one, and will be fitting soon. Thanks for all your help folks! :)PS I don't live in a high crime area, at least, I don't think so HAHAHHAHA! :D:)
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