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H3 Hummer Installation???

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kb9tfh

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Any suggestion on installing Icom 706mkIIg and a Digital Scanner (like the BC-896)?

I dont know where to start, the vehicle is not radio friendly...


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Never had the task of installing in one of those - would recommend definitely keeping that vehicle locked up somewhere safe , that's some NICE EQUIPMENT you'll be installing.
 

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kb9tfh said:
Any suggestion on installing Icom 706mkIIg and a Digital Scanner (like the BC-896)?

I dont know where to start, the vehicle is not radio friendly...


Joe KB9TFH
You might find some info on the web sites below. I am not sure where I read about it but I saw somewhere on the web a radio tray kit of some kind that can be installed. I think it may have been modeled after the military version. Good luck & please post back your
results - it would be interesting to read.

http://www.hummerforums.com/

http://www.autotalk.com/autonews/hummer/
 

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I will take some pictures when I get it done... I figured out where I am putting the Icom-706 but I have no Idea where to put the Digital Scanner (BC-996t).

Any Thoughts?


Joe KB9TFH
 
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