Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Audio/Video/Electronics Forum [GEN 1]' started by KaiserM715, Sep 17, 2012.
Is the arm pretty stout? Wondering if it will flop around during offroading?
I looked at some of the PanaVise stuff. It looks like the quality is better than ProClip, but due to the form factor of the head unit, some of the controls or 12v outlets would have been blocked.
It seems to be pretty rigid. I can push the buttons with only very slight flex in the whole setup.
Hopefully it will get a little off-road testing this weekend!
Will it survive a mega huck?
I would imagine so, but I am not planning on finding out
~ SO-239 is the female of the PL-259 connector ~
Most all HAM radios and all CBs have the SO-239
on the rear of the radio . . just waiting for you to
insert your PL-259 ~
Great write ! Must you have your ham license before you can purchase the radio? Any info would be great in regards to a link to get our hams/license?
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Thanks! You do not have to have a license to buy one, but you are legally required to have a license to transmit.
Here are a couple of threads to get you started:
Go to this web site:
American Radio Relay League | ARRL - The national association for AMATEUR RADIO
You will be able to find organized HAMs that will guide you.
ARRL Headquarters is open from 8 AM to 5 PM Eastern time, Monday through Friday, except holidays. Our address is:
225 Main Street
Newington, CT 06111-1494
Order/Member Service Hotline 1-888-277-5289 (toll-free US only)
Monday through Friday, 8 am to 5 pm Eastern time.
You can call us at (voice) +1 860-594-0200 and (fax) +1 860-594-0259
To get a ham license, what's to expect on the test? Can I go HAM now and get the license later?
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