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    What is this specifically? I scrolled the parts catalogs till I went blank...

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    Not sure. Had one in my HMMWV. The rear curtain lower hold downs were clipped to it, but I can clip them elsewhere. I took mine out so I could slide things in the bed farther/easier.
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    Is there a part number or NSN?

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    No. No markings other than CARC.

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    Cover protecting radio/antenna wiring.

    I would be interested if you are removing it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by juanprado View Post
    Cover protecting radio/antenna wiring.
    Ah...that makes sense.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DREDnot View Post
    Ah...that makes sense. Thanks!
    Agreed, and thanks. My ride had a lot of antenna and radio wires cut out of it when it arrived, so it makes sense that would be there for protection of the antenna wires as they head aft.
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    Quote Originally Posted by juanprado View Post
    I would be interested if you are removing it?
    I've still got mine in the garage collecting dust. Will PM you about it. Of course, now that it's radio-related, it's worth its weight in gold... Too bad it's such lightweight aluminum...
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