Question about Cobra 25 LTD 40-Channels Base CB Radio
Truck boxes may be the best looking place to mount a CB antenna but in my experience they are the worst place for performance.
The 'ground' you need is not an electrical ground but an RF ground. The easy answer is that you need to mount the antenna to a mirror or the bumper or even use a magnet mount instead on the roof. The body of the vehicle provides an RF ground that the small truck box cannot. The only way it might work is to use flat, wide ground straps at all four corners of your box to the bed of the truck. You need metal-on-metal contact.
Posted on Feb 12, 2010
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