My 2000 Altima install

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W4TF

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Nothing fancy...my 2000 Altima

-Pioneer headunit
-Pro-2096
-Icom 208H remote head mounted to ashtray door
-Radioshack mini speaker

(taken w/cellphone cam at red light, sorry for image quality....better pics coming soon)

 
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mjthomas59

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What kind of antennas are you runnin with that equipment? Also love the pioneer headunit, i've had several pioneer units over the years, i doubt i'd ever buy anything else!

Looks great!!
 

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Thanks.

I'm using the RS 800 MHZ rubber ducky antenna on a window mount for the scanner (temp)

And a Maldol Exceed EX-107B NMO UHF/VHF antenna for the Icom. Works GREAT!! I'm pulling in signals from about 50 miles away EASILY with this antenna.

I'm planning to drive to my local Amateur Radio shop (about 40 miles north of me) this Wednesday to pick up another trunklip NMO mount and a 800mhz antenna for the scanner.

..Pics soon to come...
 

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Here are some more pics 4 u all..

First the Alty -



Interior-



Maldol Exceed Ex-107B UHF/VHF antenna on trunklip NMO mount



RS 800MHZ rubber ducky on window mount

 
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nice. looks like a lot of hard work went into that. I only hope that I can get a setup half as good as most of y'all when I start installing in my camaro. And I definitely agree about the Pioneers, I won't buy anything else in terms of aftermarket decks.
 

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What kind/brand of NMO mount did you use?

That one looks really low profile.
 

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kg4ivt said:
What kind/brand of NMO mount did you use?

That one looks really low profile.

Sorry I don't know the brand name (i don't have the packaging anymore to check either, sorry....) Its a trunklip NMO mount though. It is fairly thin as u say.
 
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