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Bracket knobs Anyone know what size bracket knobs are used on this radio? Are they 4, 5, or 6MM?

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  • ptcruiser1 Nov 01, 2008

    Thank you, yes they are the 6MM. Found that out by purchasing 4MM, 5MM and 6MM. The 6MM fit.



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Hello ptcruiser 1, I don't have one of those radios right here in front of me, but if I remember correctly the knobs are 6mm. I'm trying to remember for sure but I know their not 5mm, that's the size of most Cobra's. It's been over a year since I've had my store open, so I'm working from memory. That's the best I've got,,, Mechanic

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