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cdm1250 head on cdm750 radio?

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KA2FWN

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hi,
I have a few cdm750 radios but only have cdm1250 heads when you power it up -wrong control head.

can you put the 1250 head on a 750 ?
thanks
bob
 

33kracing

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hi,
I have a few cdm750 radios but only have cdm1250 heads when you power it up -wrong control head.

can you put the 1250 head on a 750 ?
thanks
bob

im no pro... but I doubt it since the cdm750 is a smaller version (compact) version of the cdm1250. but I could be wrong
 

SteveC0625

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hi,
I have a few cdm750 radios but only have cdm1250 heads when you power it up -wrong control head.

can you put the 1250 head on a 750 ?
thanks
bob
The answer is no. The reason is that the 750 has some differences in the physical shape of the head and back housing from the 1250 & 1550 radios. You can't really see the difference until you try to mount one on the other.
 
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