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tahoe mobile radio install question

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33kracing

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Going to install a motorola cdm1250 mobile radio in my 2000 chevrolet tahoe, into a d&r electronics src7 7inch console that i believe sits where the center console used to... my question is, where would be a good place to run the coax and the power cord as far as going thru the firewall? Any suggestions would be helpful. Thanks, kent.
 

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My 2005 Tahoe has a gromet on the drivers side that I ran all my power wires and coax for one antenna.

Assume you are doing a fender mount antenna?
 

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Yes sir im going to use an nmo fender mount on drivers side but was curious if i would/should drill holes or if i can stay away from that. Where did u say the gromet was located??? I tried to look but didnt really find anything that would be worth using...or maybe i dint look well enough haha
 
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