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what is the diff in these uniden grants?

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Old 09-25-2005, 06:47 PM
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what is the diiference in the Uniden Grants listed below :?: What years were each of them manufactured and where :?:

1) Uniden Grant (or ive seen as President Grant)
2) Uniden Grant XL (which i own one)
3) Uniden Grant LT

Im sure this is a question many might be interested to see, those that dont follow the CB world so closely.

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You own the best of the three.

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Old 09-26-2005, 05:09 AM
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of those 3 the difference is just the face they are all the same..

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unless there was a later model of the President Grant ? it was not like the Grant XLs or LT's .....My Pres Grant was nothing like them .....it was a very heavy tank of a radio !! and carried the 858PLL ,I'd guess to say it was made around 1979 or so and also had a relay in the radio .....if there was another Pres Grant after that one ? I must have missed it ? I know my first Grant XL I got in 1990 it was a totally different board design and I also had a 1989 Cobra 148 GTL that was a clone to my XL .....both were made in the Phillipines. The LTs were pretty much the same as the XLs ......it was Unidens last model ...late 90s to early 2000s .....and then they were discontinued there after. )-: My opinion is that they were more then likely the best AM/SSB CB that Uniden ever made....they were great receiving radios.

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