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I wired a roadie xt on my ultra classis and it cuts out/no signal often. Will wiring it to the back antenna in addition to connecting to the receiver help or solve the problem?

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The antenna has to be completely visible to the sky. We haqd the same thing happen. Installed it on the trunk lid and it works great.

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Pick yourself up a new one on eBay or Amazon, and no, there aren't really heavy duty ones and that wouldn't fix it, it is the wire getting worn.
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