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Author Topic: CB Ashtry mounting and antenna mounting advice  (Read 1498 times)

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Offline Paul Revere

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CB Ashtry mounting and antenna mounting advice
« on: July 12, 2022, 11:54:57 PM »
Hi everyone.

Looking for some advice from those with a CB mounted in place of the ash tray. Can you tell me what model your useing? how ya like it? maybe the dimentions too.
Looking for a CB to mount there thats got a more retro feel than the modern faced ones.

Also looking to mount a big 102" whip. anyone have one mounted and feel like taking a pick of where ya did. Would like to avoid drilling onto the sheet metal if i can. anyone know of a less incasive way to put on a ball mount.


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