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Midland handheld CB antenna

I am looking for a replacement antenna for a Midland 75-810. The original male end broke from a drop and I want to replace it because if affects transmitting. Do you know where to find one or of a substitute?


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  • BBNVA Nov 16, 2007

    The male end broke off up in the antenna and is now stuck in the connection port. I can get that out though. I would just need a new antenna.

  • Edglance Apr 12, 2008

    i am looking for an antenna for a Midland 75-510 AR. Or a subvsitute.



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The connector that's part of the radio, or part of the antenna broke?

Posted on Nov 13, 2007

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I have one, I'd be glad to send it to you.

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