|11-12-2014 02:01 PM|
|RobertH_TX||Just installed Yeasu FT-8800 in my 2013 Wrangler Sahara. Now chasing alternator noise problems.|
|07-17-2014 09:38 PM|
Yaesu ft 2800 installed
Got my separation kit today, bought on ebay for 20 dollars. radio body under passenger seat, control head above mirror mic stored on top of sun visor.Attachment 1311802
|07-15-2014 11:25 PM|
Definitely look for those, if you can't find any let me know. I'll get some from down here and mail them to you.
|07-15-2014 09:26 PM|
I'll try and find those tomorrow.
Here is the video:
|07-15-2014 09:03 PM|
Also, your video is "private".
|07-15-2014 06:28 PM|
Heres a video of mine. I stopped at Home Depot but couldn't find anything smaller than what I already had. I asked for pipe clamps and they showed me to these big things that looked like hinges that you put around pipes with leaks.
I'm going to have to figure something else out.
|07-15-2014 03:39 PM|
Video of what little movement I have..
|07-15-2014 02:15 PM|
|07-15-2014 12:39 PM|
Mine swings back and forth on normal city streets with just small bumps. It would never survive a trail.
|07-15-2014 11:10 AM|
|07-15-2014 10:08 AM|
Does yours swing back and forth?
While it stays up there, it's not exactly immobilized. It kinda swings back and forth going down the road.
I'm going to have to figure something out to stabilize it a bit better.
|07-14-2014 11:51 PM|
|07-14-2014 07:10 PM|
I think I got the general idea. I used regular pipe clamps and white stick on window insulation to prevent scratching. I still have some tweaking to do, but at least it's up there and out of the way and I didn't have to drill into the Jeep.
|07-14-2014 12:39 AM|
|07-13-2014 08:33 PM|
What did you use to do this?
I ended up buying an FT2800M last week for dirt cheap and got it installed today. I don't want to drill into the console or dash to mount it, and I'm thinking that this might be the best option.
Is that just pipe clamps with the rubber in them?
Right now its just sitting here until I figure it out.
|09-22-2013 10:15 AM|
Mounted my Icom v-8000 on a homemade bracket. Sorry for bad pic, sun was in the way.
|09-22-2013 10:11 AM|
Larsen NMO mount on homemade bracket.
|07-29-2013 11:25 AM|
I think there is an extra Cobra in my garage.
|07-29-2013 11:10 AM|
|waitwhat97||anyone with an extra cb radio that want to sell? thank you.|
|07-29-2013 11:07 AM|
|Blocker78||I try to use the 857 at least a few times a week. Use VHF more than HF. I have not talked to another local on the trails yet. Like to see where I can still hit my local repeaters from.|
|07-18-2013 01:17 AM|
|PhotoWrangler||How often do you use the HF on the 857? That radio has been suggested to me instead of the 8900, since the 8900 is FM only.|
|07-15-2013 06:36 AM|
|Blocker78||Yaesu ft857d. Control head mounted above rear view mirror. Mic on arm rest. Main body under rear seat. Speaker in front of stick shift. Antenna mount on rear passenger side above break light. I use ham sticks for my antenna. Works great and is easy to use.|
|07-13-2013 12:12 AM|
At the moment, mine looks like this...
...but I'm thinking of trying to get my radio's into my .50 cal ammo can console so they are out of the elements. Any ideas?
|07-12-2013 01:21 PM|
|07-12-2013 12:28 PM|
|2010WRANGLERMAN||where did you mount your TM-281? I haven't a clue...|
|07-10-2013 04:43 PM|
|07-10-2013 01:21 PM|
Can't resist... ACŘUS
|07-10-2013 03:37 AM|
|PhotoWrangler||ooooh.... the 8800! I'm trying to decide between it, and the 8900 at the moment.|
|07-10-2013 02:29 AM|
I posted this on JF 3 years ago.
Yeasu FT-8800R Install - JeepForum.com
|07-10-2013 01:20 AM|
|OhSixTJ||Kenwood TM-281 is nice. I have an icom 2100h in my work truck. One thing that you should know is that the mics use different methods to "hang". The kenwood mic is like a regular cb mic with that circular thing on the back. The icom is a thinner mic with a place for it to be hooked somewhere. You'll need to stick some sort of hook onto your dash or radio for the mic to hang from. I'll post pics tomorrow.|
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