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Cobra 29 ltd night watch with sound tracker i want to convert it

I want to convert it so i can go on other channles all i know is that you can convert them so it will do high mid low etc bands some if you can please tell me thankyou :)

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Go to a CB shop and have them put in an "A" board. Then have them tweak & peak. Got mine done for $80.00.

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