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Old 12-05-2006, 05:54 PM   #11
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Are you a storm spotter...with that antenna on the back?
The little antenna on the left is a Wilson cellular. The six foot one in the center is an Antrron 1700. I put my old Cobra 29 in the car during hunting season. I've got it modded with a swing kit, a larger 1969 final, and an Expo kit for extra channels.
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I also added a mount for my Maglte too. On a side note, if you have a Maglite, get the 3 watt LED bulb from Lowes for it. It'* bright as heck with it.
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very sharp ride....... looking SWEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEET!!
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Nice ride and setup. I wish the warm weather was still here. I miss cleaning and polishing my 94.

On the setup, is that a power mic I see?
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Nice ride and setup. I wish the warm weather was still here. I miss cleaning and polishing my 94.

On the setup, is that a power mic I see?
It'* a Telex Road King RK56.
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I love those fogs, what kind are they and how hard were they to install?
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Very sharp, I dig the intereptor look of your car. People must mistake you for a cops often, I bet the left lane stays open for you. Whats with the carpet on the dash? Oh and I'll trade you rims! :o Whats wilson cellular?
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Nice comms setup! I wouldnt mind getting a mobile radio, I just use my Motorola CP200 police portable now, does the trick. Is the install on those things hard, or just time consuming?
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Nice comms setup! I wouldnt mind getting a mobile radio, I just use my Motorola CP200 police portable now, does the trick. Is the install on those things hard, or just time consuming?
Not hard at all. Just mount the radio where you want it, tap the power at any 12 volt supply in the dash, (I used the four way flasher switch,) or run a positive wire to the battery and connect the ground wire of the radio to metal. Then mount the antenna and run coax through the car to the radio. It should take under 30 minutes for everything. You also need an SWR meter (or radio with a built in one) to adjust the antenna for the proper height so you don't smoke the radio.

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It'* a cell antenna for my V3, made by Wilson Electronics

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