UHF/CB Radio Brackets

FreshwaterAddict

New Member
Instead of posting this in the same thread i had before this can be used as a reference for anyone else who browses this forum. I had purchased a Mobile One Gain UHF/CB Radio 477mhz, Ground Independant, 6.5db. For anyone interested the part code is RF470WSS. Brand new in its original wrapping, just having a look, it doesnt come with a bracket to mount to the top of my bullbar.

1. Where can i purchase a bracket to mount it to the top of my bullbar?
2. Can i make my own bracket???? Has anyone made their own bracket, if yes how so??
 

Alien d2

4x4 Earth Contributer
I have made a bracket in the past with an exhaust clamp and a peice of flat steel.

Better option is to head to ARB/TJM ect. and get a bracket that is made for this job:)
Make sure you know what the bar diameter is when you see them.
 
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Sambartom

Active Member
Instead of posting this in the same thread i had before this can be used as a reference for anyone else who browses this forum. I had purchased a Mobile One Gain UHF/CB Radio 477mhz, Ground Independant, 6.5db. For anyone interested the part code is RF470WSS. Brand new in its original wrapping, just having a look, it doesnt come with a bracket to mount to the top of my bullbar.

1. Where can i purchase a bracket to mount it to the top of my bullbar?
2. Can i make my own bracket???? Has anyone made their own bracket, if yes how so??



How much did the Ant cost mate...
 

Yota

New Member
Antenna Bracket

I made my own bracket folded out of some 3mm stainless steel a little bit of basic metal work drilling, cutting and grinding, two u bollts attach it to the spare tyre carrier although my antenna does have it's own groundplane .
 

JonKabir

New Member
Instead of posting this in the same thread i had before this can be used as a reference for anyone else who browses this forum. I had purchased a Mobile One Gain UHF/CB Radio 477mhz, Ground Independant, 6.5db. For anyone interested the part code is RF470WSS. Brand new in its original wrapping, just having a look, it doesnt come with a bracket to mount to the top of my bullbar.

1. Where can i purchase a bracket to mount it to the top of my bullbar?
2. Can i make my own bracket???? Has anyone made their own bracket, if yes how so??
Taxicab companies were among the first to utilize the CB radio for improving their business, as they could now communicate with fellow cabbies. In the 70s the CB became a bona fide fad with everyone from families to truckers.
 
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