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After a very long time (nearly 30 years) I have finally come up with one of the last pieces needed to be able to put a radio on my UL police bike. I still need the correct antenna and bracket as well as a couple of the rubber mount parts for the boxes, but most everything else is there. The shielded plug wires are NOS, the generator is the correct 32E2-R type, regulator bracket, the radio components are in the boxes (one side is a power supply, the other side the receiver. These were one way radios, no transmission back. So an officer received a message, but if he needed to respond back he had to find a call box. The remote control for the tanks is basically just a volume control. I can't believe it took so long but I have chased many dead end leads over the years. I also need a rack mounted First-Aid box, the one I have is fender mount and I don't want to cut the legs off.
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Hybrid WL/KH bobber project.
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