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Old 03-05-2010, 04:54 AM   #16 (permalink)
aerocal
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Originally Posted by bullaculla View Post
Its a huge pain in the @$$. You could probably get away with just removing the strap loop completly by turning it CCW and then drop a shim or two, or even a thin washer on the bolt and then retighten. The nut inside the TX wont move if you dont push on it.

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I just did mine. I can post pics of taking it apart if you want.
Ive been putting this off too.I really didnt want to take the radio apart to turn a damn nut 1 flat.So I opted to just carefully unscrew the stud from the front and add a shim washer and a very small bit of blue loctite.Worked like a charm and it took 2 mins for both radios.
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