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    I have a CB, FRS and Ham radios. FRS and Ham are hand held units.


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    cb but planning to add a ham.

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    Using a small Chinese handheld 2m $29 from the big A and a firestick. Great if you have a HAM license, but also good for off-road SCORE frequencies, 151.5-152.9.

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    Knows a Thing or Two jkris's Avatar
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    I run CB for now. Cobra 75 hidden behind the glove box. When I get motivated enough I'm going to get my Amateur Radio license.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jkris View Post
    I run CB for now. Cobra 75 hidden behind the glove box. When I get motivated enough I'm going to get my Amateur Radio license.


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    I have been looking into this also


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    Quote Originally Posted by jkris View Post
    I run CB for now. Cobra 75 hidden behind the glove box. When I get motivated enough I'm going to get my Amateur Radio license.


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    Do you have a picture of this behind your glove box?


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    Knows a Thing or Two jkris's Avatar
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    I can get one for you tomorrow if you would like.


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    I was bored and went outside to get the pics.

    Here is a pic where I mounted behind the glove box. I used wire ties to fasten it.
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    Here is how I mounted the handset.
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    Bracket without the handset.
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    Hope that helps and if you have more questions feel free to ask


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    Which one u got cb or vhf/uhf

    I'm running a uniden UHF but over here it's referred to as CB. Old school 28mhz cb went out of fashion 20 years ago


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    I have been very happy with my uniden bearcat 800 cb mounted inside a tuffy center console. The beauty of the 800 is a wireless mic that I have mounted to the outside of the console and a external speaker under the seat. Image1488046423.339233.jpg

    No wires and if I need to get out and still talk to the group, the handheld has about a 20m range.



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