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    Has anybody found a good way to run coax from a cb antenna to the inside of a suburban without drilling any holes?

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    I've just been running mine through the door jambs. Run it through a door that's the most seldom opened to try to protect the coax for the longest.

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    depends on the year. Mine's an older one, an '88, so it's not that difficult to find a grommet through the firewall that can be enlarged a bit to allow the coax to go through. haven't tried it on a newer model Suburban, but have tried on other newer model year vehicles, & it can be a PAIN! several of them when given the choice between having to deal with drilling holes, or premature wearing of the coax, the owners of the vehicles I was working on chose the coax through the door approach.
    1988 Chevy V-10 Suburban 4x4, 350 TBI, 33x12.50's
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