How to Install an RV Antenna Using Winnebago's Roof Port


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Just about every RV Cell Booster or WiFi Booster we know of requires an antenna on the roof. Usually, that means drilling through your roof (and risking leaks). But no longer!

Winnebago has begun including a handy roof port on some of their RVs, like the Travato I demonstrate on here. It’s brilliant in its simplicity, and it makes installing your latest gadget a snap.

Watch the video. Follow the tips if you have one. And if you have questions or comments, we’ll be responding to those on The Fit RV website here:

https://www.thefitrv.com/rv-tips/tips-for-using-winnebagos-new-roof-port/

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