Perhaps trade ideas and ways of doing things with this unbelieveable
radio. I have mine mounted in my personal car leaving the Kenwood
equipted truck for my wife... Size and mounting problems were none, I
simply took out my 742-A and mounted the transciever in the trunk
running the remote cables in the exact same way to the front of the
cabin. The head mounted on the same bracket the 742-A came off of so
no extra holes were necessary at all on the console.
Hardest part was drilling that very first hole in the deck lid of the
little car, after that one the other four were a snap and the SO-239
was mounted, grounded to the frame then the ATAS-100 was screwed into
place. Perhaps here I might ask if anyone knows of a correct size
rubber gasket that would fit correctly between the ATAS-100 and the
body when screwed down completely?
Looking forward to hearing from other 100-D owners here in Oregon
Tom Corso, K6TC. Lakeside Oregon