FCC--Fremont Contract Carriers

Discussion in 'Discuss Your Favorite Trucking Company Here' started by runningman0661, Jun 16, 2017.

  1. Loner2legs

    Loner2legs Light Load Member

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    These are what I have on my Freightliner 7F4AF9D0-65CD-4F6F-A034-2C236796872C.png 7D36C294-5713-48B7-A8CC-30AC79BF5745.png 7D36C294-5713-48B7-A8CC-30AC79BF5745.png 48F27199-FDE2-414C-A0FE-276589A6265A.png
     
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  3. Modlite11

    Modlite11 Light Load Member

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    That’s not too terrible cost wise. Are you going from driver side or passenger side?
     
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  4. BM 58

    BM 58 Medium Load Member

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    I too drive a Freightliner. I mounted my single antenna to the chrome cross bar behind the sleeper. Run coax down with zip ties and up through the side box on the passenger side. Used an 18ft section with a 6ft extension. Hooked up to my 20yo Galaxy 949 and it works perfect. SWR is right on plus I don’t have antennas hanging from the doors.
     
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  5. Loner2legs

    Loner2legs Light Load Member

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    Passenger side I run the 4 foot antenna
     
  6. Loner2legs

    Loner2legs Light Load Member

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    You want the good coaxial like in the photo not that cheap small diameter coaxial and make sure if you put the antenna on the door like I did it don’t get pinched in the door at the hinges or it will tear the coating on the coaxial and short out the radio . If I open the passenger door before I close it I just gently hold the coaxial up little bit away from the hinge and then shut the door
     
  7. Loner2legs

    Loner2legs Light Load Member

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    Nice radio to with SSB . I’ve been talking on 38 LSB . It’s nice the conditions are finally here to shoot skip and talk on SSB
     
  8. MidWest_MacDaddy

    MidWest_MacDaddy Road Train Member

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    I really need to learn more about the higher end radio practices...
     
  9. thedouble

    thedouble Light Load Member

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    You can learn alot over at the c.b. forum
     
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  10. Modlite11

    Modlite11 Light Load Member

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    This place is dead without runningman

    Another driver and I unloaded this morning our retail fixtures.

    my next van load is from Apex NC to Joliet IL, I’ve done this one before. So I’m prepared to wait in Apex to get loaded. And to say goodbye to a load strap in Joliet.

    Due for service and I need a flatbed trailer. Hopefully those 2 things will steer the ship.
     
  11. runningman0661

    runningman0661 Road Train Member

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    You are doing a great job keeping the thread alive, safe travels.
     
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