Thanks for asking. As antiquated as the technology is, CB radio is still the defacto communication method for long haul truckers as well as most off-roaders. As such, if you travel a lot with your Ram truck, a CB might be of some consideration as it provides both a measure of additional safety as well as some entertainment value. However, CB antenna mounts are often pretty ugly and not real practical when you are not traveling. As such, we wanted to develop a product that was 1) easy to install; 2) practically invisible when not being used; 3) functioned well, and; 4) looked as much like OEM when used. with these parameters in mind, here is a couple of pictures of our CB antenna kit.Where can I find pictures of the antenna and mount installed on a RAM 1500?
I would assume this is a 3/8-24 thread antenna connector. Maybe instead of something that covers the nut, try a matching thread nylon black plug that can be threaded into it. I found some of those and could even add an O-ring if really necessary.That antenna mount looks great! Don't suppose you offer a cap (preferably with a gasket or rubber lining) to seal it from rain while the antenna is not in use? Maybe in black, so it would be even more invisible. ^_^
Hi Ron! Congrats on your ED purchase! I've had mine since 2014 - one of the very best vehicles I've ever owned!Hey CoolTech, I'm in SoCal. Do you guys do GDE Tune installations?
The pcm swap is very easy it can be done with the air box installed. It's literally four M6 bolts and two connectors, all you need is a 1/4 inch ratchet with a 10mm shallow socket. It is a little easier if you unplug the maf sensor and move the top of the air box over some.Thanks! I love it so far and am sure will love it even more after the GDE tune. I appreciate the info you provided, however, I asked if you perform the installs simply because I'm just not sure I trust myself doing the swap myself with pulling the airbox out and the ECM itself.