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Your best bet is to get a thread-restorer kit from your local auto supply or tool supply. It involves re-tapping the internal thread and screwing in a wound piece that results in the original thread pitch and diameter. Or, if you can find an antenna with a larger threaded end, you can just re-tap the original inside threads to the larger size.
Have you considered getting a replacement mount from an auto wreckers, or maybe find on online?
Posted on Apr 08, 2015
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