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Old 11-13-2014, 06:35 PM   #1
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CB Radio and Antenna

Hello folks I have a 30ft class c. I am looking to install a CB and a antenna one that really works. looking for the right place to mount it. I rather not drill holes into the side of the unit. any ideas where would be a good place to mount a CB antenna. I do not want a dash mount antenna that does not work thanks.
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Old 11-13-2014, 07:10 PM   #3
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years ago I had soom sort of spliter that used the radio antena.It did not affect the use of the radio and you could adjust the SWR for the CB . dont remember what it was called may have got it from JC Witney or some such place.
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You can use a mirror mount bracket an mount on rear ladder an run coaxial cable under the coach along the frame an come back in thru the firewall into the dash to hide the cable.
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You can use a mirror mount bracket an mount on rear ladder an run coaxial cable under the coach along the frame an come back in thru the firewall into the dash to hide the cable.

I mounted a 2ft Firestik "No Ground Pane" antenna on my ladder,ran coax under rig and through the firewall...DO NOT change the length of the supplied coax,if you need more than the 18 ft provided,use a barrel connector and another length of coax as needed!!!NGP coax CANNOT be shortened ! good luck!
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