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Old 01-29-2014, 6:58 PM
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Default 02 Explorer mobile Ham & Scanner shack

I love seeing all the mobile shack installs, so here are some pics of my 02 Explorer.

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- Yaesu 2900R Transceiver
- Uniden BCD996XT Scanner
- Larsen NMO150/450/800
- Larsen NMO2/70SH
- Havis console





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Old 01-29-2014, 9:08 PM
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Oh... that is a nice clean install, well done!
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Old 01-29-2014, 9:12 PM
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Very Nice!!!
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Looks great!!
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I LIKE that ride!
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That's a nice, clean install - well done!

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sweet ride, very neat and love the snow pic
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Thanks everyone! I'm thinking of adding CB to the setup too. Just don't want to get a crazy long antenna. Wondering if they make a stubby one that gets okay range. We'll see.
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Nice ride. Out of curiosity, how is your performance on what looks like a Larsen NMO2/70SH on the lip on the passenger side? Do you get any interference on your am/fm radio with the antenna located there when transmitting? Also do you run into any signal degradation with it being below the roof line? I have a silverado that I am planning on putting the Larsen NMO2/70SH in the exact same place for dual band use around town. I'll throw a mag on the roof for road trips. (I have to go in parking garages frequently and cant have anything on the roof unless it is about 4 inches tall.
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Nice ride. Out of curiosity, how is your performance on what looks like a Larsen NMO2/70SH on the lip on the passenger side? Do you get any interference on your am/fm radio with the antenna located there when transmitting? Also do you run into any signal degradation with it being below the roof line? I have a silverado that I am planning on putting the Larsen NMO2/70SH in the exact same place for dual band use around town. I'll throw a mag on the roof for road trips. (I have to go in parking garages frequently and cant have anything on the roof unless it is about 4 inches tall.
For what i'm using it for it's been loud and clear while broadcasting at less than full power. I don't have any issues while scanning with the Larsen antenna on the other side at the same time. I can't speak for long distances though.
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