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Default Looking for portable carrier Kenwood TM-D710A.

I am in search of a portable carrier that would turn the Kenwood TM-
D710A transceiver and it's control head into an easily carried single
unit. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
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Default Looking for portable carrier Kenwood TM-D710A.

On 11/2/2011 5:22 PM, Tom Horne wrote:
I am in search of a portable carrier that would turn the Kenwood TM-
D710A transceiver and it's control head into an easily carried single
unit. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
--
Tom Horne, W3TDH


Visit a camera shop.. They have cases for cameras that come in all sorts
of sizes you never thought of. Warning.. ventelation if you use the
thing in the case can be an issue.

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Default Looking for portable carrier Kenwood TM-D710A.

On Nov 4, 11:28 pm, John Davis wrote:
On 11/2/2011 5:22 PM, Tom Horne wrote:

I am in search of a portable carrier that would turn the Kenwood TM-
D710A transceiver and it's control head into an easily carried single
unit. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
--
Tom Horne, W3TDH


Visit a camera shop.. They have cases for cameras that come in all sorts
of sizes you never thought of. Warning.. ventelation if you use the
thing in the case can be an issue.

--
Nothing adds Excitement like something that is none of your business.

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John

I'm sorry that I wasn't clear. What I was looking for is a metal base
that will hold both the main unit and the bracket for the control head
together as one piece. This would allow the use of the radio as a
single unit in multiple locations without needing to assemble and
disassemble the two parts. A huge plus would be if there were some
way of rapidly mounting and dismounting the whole assembly in vehicles
or transport cases.

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Tom Horne, W3TDH

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Default Looking for portable carrier Kenwood TM-D710A.

On 11/5/2011 9:04 AM, Tom Horne wrote:
On Nov 4, 11:28 pm, John wrote:
On 11/2/2011 5:22 PM, Tom Horne wrote:

I am in search of a portable carrier that would turn the Kenwood TM-
D710A transceiver and it's control head into an easily carried single
unit. Any suggestions would be appreciated.
--
Tom Horne, W3TDH


Visit a camera shop.. They have cases for cameras that come in all sorts
of sizes you never thought of. Warning.. ventelation if you use the
thing in the case can be an issue.

--
Nothing adds Excitement like something that is none of your business.

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John

I'm sorry that I wasn't clear. What I was looking for is a metal base
that will hold both the main unit and the bracket for the control head
together as one piece. This would allow the use of the radio as a
single unit in multiple locations without needing to assemble and
disassemble the two parts. A huge plus would be if there were some
way of rapidly mounting and dismounting the whole assembly in vehicles
or transport cases.

--
Tom Horne, W3TDH


In the old days... Radio Shack carried a "Quick Disconnect" for CB
radios, this was a slide in thing and matching bracket that had 4
contacts on it (power + Power - antenna and ground, though I do not
recommend using the antenna connections due to not being 50-52 ohm
through the connector)

Any body REAL body shop (not Collix or Macco but some 50+ year old guy
who remembers how to really do it) likely can cut a slab of metal to
size for you.. So can any metal supplier, The body shop can also custom
drill it


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