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  1. Steering issues cured by installing new Steering gear box! (per TSB 08-074-20)

    I've been on the list for the new steering gear since last November. Called the dealer today and was told that everything is on hold until March 12 ! :swear:
  2. New steering box

    I've been on the list for the new steering gear since last November. Called the dealer today and was told that everything is on hold until March 12 ! :swear:
  3. Just another Ham Radio install (with pics)

    Tim ... I put the body of the radio under the passenger seat. The mic extension box is mounted to the side of the shift selector. I did not secure the mic. A small extension speaker is fastened (hot glue) to the front of the storage console.
  4. Ham Radio Antenna Install

    Sorry, Tim ... I do not have any left and will not be making any more for a while.
  5. Just another Ham Radio install (with pics)

    Hi Darrell: Electrically, the spare tire area is not the most favorable location. I use the Mopar light mount on the front. It's very sturdy and will securely hold any antenna.
  6. Just another Ham Radio install (with pics)

    Just finished installing the Yaesu FTM-300 using the Carbon Fiber Arms & 5mm Offset Mount from 67 Designs and the Grab Bar Ball Mount from Carolina Metal Masters to mount the control head.
  7. HAM, CB, FRS, GMRS, Etc... what is your setup?

    Well ... that's a relief. I knew it wasn't magnetic and much lighter than my JK. I feel safer now ! ☺
  8. HAM, CB, FRS, GMRS, Etc... what is your setup?

    John ... Mopar's light brackets provide a sturdy mount for most any type of antenna.
  9. Ham Radio Install w/ Pics **Update 3 Years Later**

    Steve ... that antenna is a Comet SBB-14 for 6M / 2M / 440MHz. I also use the longer MFJ-1436B from time to time. It's 60" tall and requires a more sturdy mount, so that's why I went with the MOPAR brackets as opposed to a fender mount.
  10. Ham Radio Install w/ Pics **Update 3 Years Later**

    Hey Steve ... I installed the Mopar light mount and it it quite sturdy. I have several antennas that I swap around and this mount will easily accommodates most any height antenna. One Note ... it has a heavy textured paint coating and will require that you run a good ground braid from your...
  11. Yaesu FTM-400DR Install, or... Murphy strikes again...

    Where did you mount the control head to the FTM-400 ?
  12. HAM, CB, FRS, GMRS, Etc... what is your setup?

    I'm currently using the Yaesu FT-8900 but would like to move to the new Yaesu FTM-300. Just wondering if I can get the control head to fit in the same location.
  13. Ham Radio Antenna Install

    Hi Erin: The mount will accommodate a 1.5" base however, it has a 3/4" hole designed for an NMO antenna mount. Will your antenna be able to use that size mounting hole ?
  14. What happened to Insane Audio's JL3001 head unit?

    I sent an inquiry to Insane support and received a prompt reply. Unfortunately, the JL3001 unit does not support HD radio. There are, as you know, numerous other options for Internet radio ... https://insaneaudio.com/forum/viewtopic.php?f=7&t=4231
  15. What happened to Insane Audio's JL3001 head unit?

    Thanks for the great posts about the JL3001. I'm ready to pull the trigger. One remaining question ... is the FM radio HD capable ? I may have missed it in the specifications. Thanks ...
  16. Toe in or out?

    I've had both the Track Bar and Steering Damper installed. My dealer showed me the (post-track bar installation) Set-To specifications for the total toe as being 0.20º +/- 0.15º for the Sport, Sahara and Rubicon. The caster specs on the Sport are 5.35º +/- 1.00º and for the Sahara 5.05º...
  17. Ham Radio Antenna Install on A-Pillar Bracket

    Speaking of grounding and capacitance ... With the thick powder coating on the bracket, I was unable to get any sort of ground continuity. So, rather than scrape off the nice coating, I added a braided ground strap to the underside of the antenna mount. With the braid being flat, it easily...
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