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Installing CB Into 4x4's   Before You Start
Connecting to Power   |    Finishing Up   |    Fitting the Aerial & Mount   |    General Installing advice   |    Installing the CB itself   |    Tuning the Aerial   |   

Before you start, you should decide on where you want to put the rig (CB unit) & aerial, and how you will route the cables between them.

If you order from us, we will make sure the aerial cable you buy is going to be long enough for your vehicle & chosen location, but you will need to make sure you have any other bits you might need, grommets, cable ties, insulation tape, and any tools required, i.e. drill, metal file and screwdriver.

If you buy a new set, it will come with approx 3'- 5' of red & black 12v power cable, a bracket for mounting the rig, and a smaller bracket for the mic, along with suitable screws, washers etc.

I've always found it easiest to install a CB in the following order...

  1. Install the rig in your chosen location, and check that it switches on
  2. Fit the mount and aerial and run the cable to where your rig is located
  3. Tune the aerial

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