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Post by Jim on Sun Apr 05, 2015 12:12 pm

CB’s are great on trail runs. Got to stop and pee? See something interesting? Miss a turn and get lost? These are just a few good reasons to have a CB. If you’re going to install your own, make sure you have a good ground on your antenna and tune it with a SWR Meter. It’s frustrating when you have a CB, but it doesn’t perform properly.
I found a great CB mount Bracket that allows you to put your CB in an otherwise unused space.
It mounts where it’s easy to adjust volume, squelch, channels, etc. and be able to see the channel and modulation signal at a glance
I got it from Rugged Ridge. It was in the 4WD Magazine. Here’s the link. I cost about $25.
Here are pictures of mine with the mini Cobra, or a full size Midland using spacers.
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