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Wanted: Wilson 1000 NMO Mount Antenna

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radact

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When Wilson came out with there 1000 line, they made a few with special NMO connnectors on the bottom. I sold mine a loooooong time ago and now I'm looking for one.

This is a typical Wilson 1000 but instead of an UHF connector on the bottom, it has an NMO one.

Here's hoping someone has one laying around and doesn't need it.

Thanks.
 

W2NJS

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Every company, or almost every company, that makes antennas makes them with the NMO base either as standard or as an option. If you can't find the Wilson unit you asked about then you can certainly find one equal to it by searching the various manufacturers' websites. I'd start with www.comtelco.com.
 

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copperelectronics.com Wilson 1000 Roof Mount Antenna $49.95 This is the one you drill a hole to mount in the body of the car such as Roof or Trunk Lid .They also have the Mag Mount and Trunk Mount
 

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Hello Radact: I have never seen or even heard of those type of Wilson 1000 Mounts using a NMO type mount. But that makes sense to use something that is off the shelf that can be tested quickly and sold in small quantities.

I an sure Wilson had to go to larger base mount with all the mobile linears out there so that it would take a few hunndred watts. I beleve that either Larsen or other antenna manufactures still make a NMO type mount and whip antenna that will work on the CB Band, as I have used them from time to time.

You might give HRO (Ham Radio Outlet) or AES (Amaeture Electric Supply) a call they just might have one or can get one.

Hope this helps.

Jay in the Mojave
 
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