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I need a scamatic for a teberry stalker xv cb radio

Vintage cb radio teberry stalker xv i need a scamatic.

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Re: i need a scamatic for a teberry stalker xv cb radio

Ok i have the service manual for the stalker xv ill scan it for you and mail it to you

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Re: i need a scamatic for a teberry stalker xv cb radio

I assume you have already checked out cbtricks..... they have about 20 or so teabery schematics/mods and whatever there.... possible they don't have yours.

I have a bunch of old Sams photo fact manuals around the shop here.... all of the Sams I have are all old radios... mostly tube. So there is a chance I might have a Sams photofact that has your model in it.

So if your really stuck.... I might be able to take a look what we have here and scan a copy for ya.

I'll take a quick look on line at a few schematic website I use regularly and see if I can find a pdf for your radio.
If your really stuck ... I can look through those sams we have here .
Let me know.

Posted on Nov 16, 2007

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