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Old 05-26-2005, 02:31 PM
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CQ CQ Ham Ops

Hi all, new to the board and just picked up my new 05 F-150 XLT, love it. I'm wondering if anybody here is a ham op and if so, have you mounted any 2/440 mtr antennas and where did you put it/them. I'm reluctant to "drill-the-hole" in the roof at least until the first fender bender. Funny how the newness wears of real quick when that happens.

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Old 05-26-2005, 08:04 PM
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Yup , I is one of them... I use a fender mount bracket that uses the stock fender bolt and no hole to drill. Mine is for 6-2-440 and the roof mt is UHF Trunk and SP VHF
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