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    Exclamation greetings to the cb junkies community

    hello....my handle is rainman-256 in central east alabama...i talk on a sears roadtalker 40 ssb mobile,gray 150, imax2000 and a 1/4 wave dipole...my roadtalker has a 5 pin mic and i was wondering if there is an adaptor to change it to a 4 pin that works with a cobra 4 pin power mic?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rainman View Post
    hello....my handle is rainman-256 in central east alabama...i talk on a sears roadtalker 40 ssb mobile,gray 150, imax2000 and a 1/4 wave dipole...my roadtalker has a 5 pin mic and i was wondering if there is an adaptor to change it to a 4 pin that works with a cobra 4 pin power mic?
    Sure there is...Check on eBay. I have one I use with my Cobra 2000... (may need to be sure the adapter is wired right for the Sears) I also have one that I got for a Sears Roadtalker slant-face radio to use 4 pin cobra mics with, but I'm not real sure it's the same as the one that fits the Cobra 2000 5 pin...At any rate, they do have them, I found both of mine on eBay...fairly cheap.

    If nothing else, most any CB Shop that know's what they are doing should be able to wire you up a "Pig-tail" to use...Those are just two connectors with a short piece of Mic cord, one end plugs into the radio, the other end your mic plugs into...Last one of those I bought I think I payed 10 bucks for.


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    Hello, and Happy NewYear to you,and all the Gang. 21

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    Ran into this webpage forum looking for info on my new used antique toy. Searching for info on modifying a Sears Road talker Base that looks like a cassette deck. $35. from the Local CB Hack shop. It works LOL !

    I found out that it is similar to most likely the above posters Radio internally. If his is the slant SSB AM. Talked skip on LSB 38 today. Definitely a Keeper.

    Well. Greetings to all ! Now to search for switches LOL ! Need those uppers LOL !

    Best 73s John

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    mine is a mobile ..... believe it has a Hitachi board in it...so i've been told. its had the uppers already installed when i bought it for 35$
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    i talked to Australia,the U.K. Scotland,south of Spain + all over the west coast the second day i had it ...loving it.

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    Sears Roadtalkers are great radios. I have 2 40 channel blackface radios and a small mobile. I like the vintage radios.Usually they have been taken care of.
    Eddie aka Ducksoupe

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    Does anyone know the wiring code numbers and color code the wire up the Sears amplified microphone?
    Eddie aka Ducksoupe

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