clay's radio shop

Discussion in 'CB Radio Forum' started by outlawwv, Oct 8, 2007.

  1. outlawwv

    outlawwv Bobtail Member

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    anybody ever have clay's work on your radio -- my local guy couldn't {i guess it was to involved} do the work i needed done and i'm thinking about sending it to clay's and thought i'd ask around first to see what kind of work they did -- Outlaw
     
  2. kd5drx

    kd5drx <strong>Master of Electronic Communications</stron

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    He used to be real good now if he is still there. I heard his son took over but he was good to from what i understand. He is probably one of the bet out there and the most well known.
     
  3. steved

    steved Bobtail Member

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    There are a couple other out there...radioactive radio and cb city...both have websites.

    If you're near Reading, PA anytime, there's a cb shop in Reading...2-watt Willie. He did both my Connex's, he knows what to do.

    steved
     
  4. GalaxyTech

    GalaxyTech Bobtail Member

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    Whats wrong with the radio?
     
  5. scurvydog

    scurvydog Light Load Member

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    Is skywalker back yet? He does great work
     
  6. outlawwv

    outlawwv Bobtail Member

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    talks and receives good on a & b -- receives good on c talk is weak - receive weak on d and no talk --- want channel readouts changed to blue -- want volume control on talkback -- i still haven't sent it in but have talked to them about it
     
  7. SCAMP

    SCAMP Bobtail Member

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    I bought a radio from clays, they did me right, thats where I will send mine if I ever need to.
     
  8. Redman CB

    Redman CB Bobtail Member

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    Sounds to me like your antenna is tuned for the a & b bands.
    What you describe is not commonly known as a radio problem.

    You will need a antenna that is broad banded enough to cover the
    all the freqs of your radio. Then tune it for the center of the radio
    frequency range.

    Redman Cb
     
  9. outlawwv

    outlawwv Bobtail Member

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    my galaxy 88 works fine on the same antennaes
     
  10. rocketdoc75

    rocketdoc75 Bobtail Member

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    Can or would someone mind please posting the link or site location info for Clay's please? thanks and appreciation.
     
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