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    Gladiator CB mounting ideas

    My first mod will likely be a cb to be able to communicate on trail rides. I’ve read Eddie’s write-up on the cross bar mounted cb radio installation for the JL, but trying to figure out where to mount the antenna on a Gladiator though. Looking for ideas. I’ve thought about the back of the cab/forward end of the bed area, or even back on the top of the bumper. Has anyone seen any mounting options?


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    Nothing but a Thing highoctane's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by wayoflife View Post
    I'm working on something now. Hope to have something soon.
    Awesome, I’ll keep a lookout for it. Thanks.


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    Check these little guys out. I am running them in a few vehicles now with great results.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1

    They work way better than the old Cobra all-in-one units.

    All you need to do is mount the box out of the way somewhere and then mount the mic. It uses CAT5 cable so you can extend it where you need it.
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    Pulled the trigger and traded my JL for a JT. I have an overhead cb rack and need some ideas on where to mount the antenna and best place to run the coax in. I’m not interested in the front fender mount.



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