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  2. Hi, I use an Yaesu FT3DR as my mobile radio. I let it sit on the seat beside me. I'd like to get a mount to stop it from sliding around the car and make the screen more easily visible. Do you know of a mobile mount that attaches to the seat bolt that is well suited for the FT3DR? It's really hard to look at pictures online and know what will fit well. Thanks, John
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  16. Hi Lind. Wow, some beautiful shots in there!! Three or four of them totally jumped off the screen. Congrats. I guess I'll have to go to Cape May one of these days.
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