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Unread 08-20-2011, 10:51 AM   #1
Matt98
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Questions on power for a CB radio

So I am almost done installing a CB radio, i have it mounted above the mirror, power lines down the drivers side, antenna down the passengers side, now there is just one problem. I don't know how to supply power to it. I've read most of the threads here on it but everyone does it differently. Basically im either going to connect it directly to the battery, tie it in to the power to the cigarette lighter or plug it into the fuse box. What do you guys recommend? Im overwhelmed and undereducated here. Any tips you have for doing this? Thanks in advance!

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