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post #1 of 31 Old 10-11-2006, 10:04 AM Thread Starter
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Need Help! CB antenna pass though

I just bought a new CB for the truck and I need some help from all you out there with experience...I need to pass the Coax antenna through from the cab to the bed to connect to my toolbox-mounted antenna. Where can I go through?

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i think there is a rubber piece behinde the cab hard to get to though ... I think that rubber piece is thier not sure ..im sure someone will no here soon

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oh yeah the rubber piece will just pop out if its thier on the 06

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So do i need to remove that back panel behind the seats to get to the grommet?

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if its like my 99 yes ... you should be able to look in the gap between you bed and cab and see the little rubber piece on the cab

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Thanks for all the replies-I got it all done up in no time flat thanks to the help. I'm trying to figure out what to use to mount the CB to the dash where that coat hanger thingie is. I tried using 3M double sided mounting tape on the bracket but that doesnt seem to be sticking too well. I'm afraid of drilling those screws in the dash to mount it...but hopefully something else will come along

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anytime ... and about the mount ahh idk if it was me id drill them but i got a 99 not a 06 lol

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You could mount it on the floor in front of your seats, you would not have to worry about running wires up to the dash that way. And if it was not loud enough, you can get an external speaker. Keeps they dash nice and clean.


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Its pretty difficult to adjust when its on the ground-I tried it out like that for a little while today. That tape is doing pretty well so far-hasnt fallen yet. If it does I may just man up and mount it with the screws

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I just bought a new CB for the truck and I need some help from all you out there with experience...I need to pass the Coax antenna through from the cab to the bed to connect to my toolbox-mounted antenna. Where can I go through?
what cb and antenna did you go with?


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