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    Just wanted to let everyone know that I just got another batch of CB BARS in stock and they are ready to ship! And, for those of you who've been asking, I also have some made for a JK Wrangler.

    https://www.wayalife.com/store/prodd...d=PARTS-CB-BAR

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    CB Bar Received!

    I just received mine yesterday and got it installed with the radio mounted. Love it! Perfect solution for those like myself who do not want to intentionally put a bunch of extra holes in my new Jeep. I haven't wired up the radio/antenna yet, I wanted to study it a bit to see what solution to go with. I did just order an antenna mount from cool tech, but I also have a dual antenna set up ready to go from a previous truck of mine so I'm not sure whether I'll run single or double whips yet. I have seen a spare tire carrier with double whip brackets on it, but who knows...single would probably work just fine. In any case, love the CB bar, kudos for putting that together for us!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bishop View Post
    I just received mine yesterday and got it installed with the radio mounted. Love it! Perfect solution for those like myself who do not want to intentionally put a bunch of extra holes in my new Jeep. I haven't wired up the radio/antenna yet, I wanted to study it a bit to see what solution to go with. I did just order an antenna mount from cool tech, but I also have a dual antenna set up ready to go from a previous truck of mine so I'm not sure whether I'll run single or double whips yet. I have seen a spare tire carrier with double whip brackets on it, but who knows...single would probably work just fine. In any case, love the CB bar, kudos for putting that together for us!
    Awesome, so glad to hear you're liking your CB BAR! Any chance you could post up a photo of it?

    Also, if you haven't seen it already, here's a link to a thread I made on how I routed all my wiring. Might give you an idea or two.
    https://wayalife.com/showthread.php/...iring-WRITE-UP


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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    Awesome, so glad to hear you're liking your CB BAR! Any chance you could post up a photo of it?

    Also, if you haven't seen it already, here's a link to a thread I made on how I routed all my wiring. Might give you an idea or two.
    https://wayalife.com/showthread.php/...iring-WRITE-UP

    I will absolutely share some photos today!

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    CB Bar Pics

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    I will absolutely share some photos today!
    Hopefully these photos show, first attempt from my phone.
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    I'll have to get some new pics added, I've changed my setup a bit. The radio pictured ended up crapping the bed on me, it had been sitting on a shelf for ten years so I'm not too surprised. Went with the Cobra 29 LX, same as pictured by OP. What I wanted to show you guys is the PA I added under the hood. Ran the wire in the same fashion as the power to the radio, just up the other side of the windshield. I found one, tiny open spot in the engine compartment that was almost made for the speaker. Even had an open, threaded hole in a nearby bracket that I was able to mount to. I sent my radio off for a peak and tune, once I get it back I'll try to post some pics.....or, maybe I'll just get a pic of the PA and post later today. Anyway, stay frosty!

    - Gabriel

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bishop View Post
    I'll have to get some new pics added, I've changed my setup a bit. The radio pictured ended up crapping the bed on me, it had been sitting on a shelf for ten years so I'm not too surprised. Went with the Cobra 29 LX, same as pictured by OP. What I wanted to show you guys is the PA I added under the hood. Ran the wire in the same fashion as the power to the radio, just up the other side of the windshield. I found one, tiny open spot in the engine compartment that was almost made for the speaker. Even had an open, threaded hole in a nearby bracket that I was able to mount to. I sent my radio off for a peak and tune, once I get it back I'll try to post some pics.....or, maybe I'll just get a pic of the PA and post later today. Anyway, stay frosty!

    - Gabriel
    Please do post up some new pics when you get a chance.

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