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When the radio "doesn't fit anywhere...."


Ham Radio Nerd
Apr 14, 2002
I tried to fix it, but EZBoard trashed the URLs after I edited them. Need Gumball to fix them again....


I tried to help get them up to in this post.



73's & God Bless

Randy CDX492 AKA The Missouri Mudduck!

</p>Edited by: <A HREF=http://p067.ezboard.com/bworldwidecbradioclub.showUserPublicProfile?gid=randycdx492>Randy CDX492</A> at: 1/5/05 8:07 pm
These two photos are an installation in a Ford F350 - just an upholstered plywood box, fits over center seat.



The next two are installation in Chev. van - sheet aluminum, cut to fit and upholstered.



I hope this gives some ideas.....

</p>Edited by: <A HREF=http://p067.ezboard.com/bworldwidecbradioclub.showUserPublicProfile?gid=gumball1>GUMBALL 1</A> at: 1/5/05 2:28 pm

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