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remote head ????

Discussion in 'CB and Export Equipment and Accessories' started by rfoverlord, Apr 8, 2007.

  1. rfoverlord

    rfoverlord guardian of freedom

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    :?: is there a straight forty cb with a remote head made perferably with ssb?


     

  2. KC2OST

    KC2OST BANNED

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    No.

    The only thing like that is an AM ONLY cobra 75.
    Not a good radio IMHO.
     
  3. rfoverlord

    rfoverlord guardian of freedom

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    :( well that sucks i guess i'll have to see if i have room for one. maybe a pc-122?
     
  4. Hamin' X

    Hamin' X Active Member

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    You could always try a Midland 79-290
    [​IMG]

    While it is not a remote head, it has a detachable faceplate and with a little ingenuity, you should be able to make it remote. I have done this with car stereos.

    Rich
     
  5. rfoverlord

    rfoverlord guardian of freedom

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    :LOL: yes it could be done but for how much it would be used it isn't even close to being worth the effort, but thanks for the suggestion. 73
     
  6. enine

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    I looked at those for that idea, but the whole faceplate doesn't remove, just the center, the knobs and mic plug to either side of it stay so you woldn't easily control everything remotely.
     

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