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Beware of superhawkwss6 on Ebay

OK here is what happened, Sold him the cb, then he wanted some money back or a full refund after a week or so...saying there was a problem with it. Gave him full refund plus the cost of shipping back to me, and a little extra for his trouble..... Waited for it to be sent to me. Did not come... Next thing I get an email with a phone number to call his business. He then says(AFTER the refund is given )That he now wants to keep it again... and he took it apart and "supposedly" fix what was wrong. Now he had to figure out how much more we would have to give him for the repair if we wanted it sent back. That did not sit well with us.... We did finally get things straight and we did get all our original money back.
Yellow cloth, Super high prices and usually his radios are disguised. Like a cobra faceplate on a Galaxy. Or something supposing to be a Galaxy 88 But for some reason he says the buttons serve different purposes and fore some reason missing a heatsink or something obvious.
Thats odd I tried to add to the block list it said user didnt exist. I'll try again. Must have fat fingered something it worked this time.

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  • @ Jim5570091:
    Antenna length on my mobile. So I’ve had 3 different radios in my truck. 2006 f250 super duty. 29ltd NW, 29 ltd clasic, and now a galaxy DX44HP. My steel whip is somewhere around 89”. Which I know is way to short. But show 1.2 SWR on all 3 radios. And I have a a bench SWR meter that shows the same results. Which I find odd and disturbing. Note the frequency is 27.205. The longer I make the whip the higher the SWR. At 102” it’s up around 2.5. Which totally blows any of my experience i have with mobile radio antennas. I have the antenna mounted to a post just higher than the cab. I’ve swapped the jump through several to different ones. Even tried lug and so239. Connections at the antenna. Seems to transmit well and receives well. Any ideas how this could be possible?
  • @ Jim5570091:
    Turns out I was missing the ground to the cab. Problem solved. Now have 102” exact and 1.2 SWR 26.005 megahertz through 28.005 megahertz. Pictures posted on my profile.
  • @ BJ radionut: