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Old 09-16-2018, 9:12 AM
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Default Mounting the SDS100 in my Vehicle.

I have finally made a mounting solution for my Ford Fusion. The components include the pro clip mount for the console, a standard stainless mic holder. I used foam grip tape to prevent the bottom of the scanner from sliding left and right. Tape found on amazon. I ran a bnc nmo antenna wire and I mounted the powered Uniden speaker , I believe the model number is BC40A ? Itís a very nice amplified speaker. Although this is the best set up I have come up with, itís secure but I still am thinking of a better solution instead of using the button mount. I have seen the x-grip but not interested in waist of the money if it doesnít work.

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Old 09-16-2018, 10:51 AM
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Looks nice! Get yourself a right angle adapter for the antenna coax on the SDS100 and it will look really clean.
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