Check Amazon. Last time I looked they had a bunch.
Oh more of them share fins them go on the roof so you have to run the wiring all the way downThank you both for the reply. I don't think I described it well because you are correct, there are plenty of lower profile antennas on Amazon and other websites. What I am looking for is something more like the attached (I probably should have included photos the first time - apologies). A standard one from another car will not work as they are mainly for flat surfaces and this one would have to be a model a company would sell per vehicle make and model as it would have to be molded to the hood/fender. I am asuming since I cannot find one and no one seems to know about them, they probably don't exist. Thanks again for the responses
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Search YouTube for Tundra Hidden Antenna. There’s also a write up on one of the other forums.Oh more of them share fins them go on the roof so you have to run the wiring all the way down
Freaking Genius! The only thing better than a shorty antenna is NO Antenna. This is my next mod.Search YouTube for Tundra Hidden Antenna. There’s also a write up on one of the other forums.
After trying many other options I found this hands down was the best. Added bonus is it will cost you less than $3.
Basically you flip the antenna mount upside down and your OEM antenna will be inside your fender, running horizontally toward the headlight.
I barely noticed any loss of signal, but the main benefit is it looks better, near OEM reception , and no more broken antenna mounts at the car wash!
I’ll see if I can find the links and will follow up.