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    Carry it anywhere. Self contained battery to even charge your phone
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    Quote Originally Posted by rustystud View Post
    Totally agree. Now if you only have the attention span of a teenager then get rid of the radio. I too am able to listen to music and concentrate on driving. I still have my Class "A" CDL and have never had a problem with the radio. Maybe all those over the road truckers should turn off their stereo's and CB radios too.
    Truckers barely use their cb radios anymore. I can drive for 2 days on i40 and maybe 5 people will key up. Usually its the one ahole at 3am yelling to see if anyone in the rest area left their radio on.

    Would be amazed at how many of them are watching TV.
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    1984 AM General XM923A4 ( Big Cam III NTC-400, HT4B turbo, Intercooled, #10 button, Dual fuel Line setup - MRAP Aluminum Radiator - 7" Ram Air Intake system - Dual 115 gallon tanks - Air Conditioning - 145amp alternator - Puradyn Oil Bypass system, CAT 7155 16speed transmission, riding on 16.00 AT-3s on HEMTT wheels. )
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    log truck drivers in the woods use them a lot. On the road...not often.

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    Quote Originally Posted by simp5782 View Post
    Truckers barely use their cb radios anymore. I can drive for 2 days on i40 and maybe 5 people will key up. Usually its the one ahole at 3am yelling to see if anyone in the rest area left their radio on.

    Would be amazed at how many of them are watching TV.
    OK, it's been a while since I've driven an 18 wheeler. But back in the 1970's CB's where the thing ! Breaker, Breaker !

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