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Old 09-04-2017, 5:50 PM
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Is there anyone in Maine who still sells scanners, antennas and towers?
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Maine radio is a Motorola dealer but that's all I can think of off the top of my head


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Old 09-07-2017, 11:11 AM
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I was at Maine Radio the other day to pick up a connector.
They do not sell any consumer grade radios or scanners.
Strictly commercial radio systems.
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Old 09-07-2017, 1:55 PM
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I've been told that this place has some scanners but no first hand knowledge.
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Grady's Radio & Satellite TV
5 Alfred Street

Biddeford, Maine 04005

Tel: 207-284-8505 Fax: 207.284.8461
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Thanks I will. Alot of hams and scanner listeners I talk too here in Maine say they order form the internet because theres not many known places. I was thinking of getting a tower but the shipping costs are outrageous so i will have to drive to New Hampshire to pick it up-a 12 hour round trip.
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Ed's Alltronics 1 207 985 3392 Rt 1 Kennebunk Me. Ed is great to work with.
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I have dealt with Ed. My chimney mounts came from him, but last I knew, he didn't have p25 scanner's (yet).. But, that was also 10 years ago.. I know Southern Maine Comms can probably help you with a tower...
324-6755? Julie is just the receptionist..
They also have magnet mount's with bnc
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I have dealt with Ed. My chimney mounts came from him, but last I knew, he didn't have p25 scanner's (yet).. But, that was also 10 years ago.. I know Southern Maine Comms can probably help you with a tower...
324-6755? Julie is just the receptionist..
They also have magnet mount's with bnc
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Yes they can. Julie is the wife and co owner LOL. And when Mama speaks they ALL listen. If Ed doesn't have any scanners he probably can order one or knows where they can be gotten.
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