Is this a bad idea ?
Or which antenna works best on the tailgate.
I just picked up the KG1000G and was looking to possibly stay away from a front hood mount.
The radio came with the Nagoya UT-72G with a mag mount (mostly useless ) its does unscrew and was thinking about fashioning some sort of...
New in sealed box. Package includes:
Detachable antenna w/ magnetic mount
12v power cord w/ car power adaptor
Quick start guide and owner's manual
$135 shipped. US only, no PO Boxes.
Time to upgrade our Trail Comms in our Jeep Wrangler JL! This will also work for the Gladiator JT Jeep. Having good Trail Communication is a must. CB Radios are fading out, HAM Radios (Amateur Radio) require a test, but GMRS has good range, clear sound and no test is needed. BUT, you do need a...
I'm in the process of installing a KG-1000G into my JLUS, and am looking for a place out of the way to mount or store the main unit. I've been following this video, but not sure where he put his. I've seen people putting their radios (mainly MXTs) behind the glove box, and could do that with...
Well, this thread is simply a place to keep track of all the mods (such as they will be!) on our 3 Wranglers. Yes, you read that correctly…3. All added within a 6-week window. Either I’m a glutton for punishment or I have some serious issues I need to address… or both...
So, without further...
I live in the southwest Michigan area.
I’ve always wanted to get a CB when I get my jeep.
The question is should I get a CB setup?
Or should I go with a GMRS setup?
I know you need a license for GMRS
Midland's 50-watt, wide/narrow band, 5-series radio reviews are coming out.
The MXT500 has been officially released and available for purchase.
- MXT500 NotaRubicon review
- MXT500 Trail Traveler review
The MXT575 has not (yet) been released but some in-depth review(s) of it are out:
Not sold, but am selling with my Jeep.
I ordered this in March but decided to go handheld instead.
Price I paid was $260, so I’ll ask $200. I prefer not to ship as I’d have to procure another tube for the antenna, but will consider. Pickup in Green Bay WI area or within about 100 miles of there
I didn't see anyone mention this on here yet but just saw the FCC is changing its fee schedule and a GMRS license is going down from $70 to $35. Seems like it might be at least a month, or maybe a few months until the change takes effect. The announcement was a little confusing on when it...
I spent this afternoon installing a GMRS radio mount and running the antenna cable (and power) to under the passenger seat. I've seen bits and pieces of this on the forum, but I thought I'd make a threat that shows end-to-end how to do it in hopes it might be helpful for others.