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Old 07-21-2009, 11:37 AM   #1
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CB Where?

On those with Aspect or Cambria's where did you mount your CB antenna? Checked wiring diagrams and found no indication the factory installed CB cable anywhere .
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Hey Homer, just drill a hole in the roof and drop the cable down. How are ya?

Fooling aside can you drill a small hole on the side over the driver side. That's what I did on my C Class. Good luck.

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Hey Homer, just drill a hole in the roof and drop the cable down. How are ya?

Fooling aside can you drill a small hole on the side over the driver side. That's what I did on my C Class. Good luck.

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Hey Fakrwee, doing just fine. Hope all is well with you. Was thinking about taking the standard antenna off and replacing with a top load CB, but can hardly find a way to get to it. I don't listen to anything but XM anyway, most of the time not even XM.
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Old 07-22-2009, 09:02 AM   #4
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Try this one

http://www.rightchannelradios.com/ho...mount-233.html
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Bagger: Thanks for the information, will look into this.
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