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the CB in the 2000 K1200LT. I have the mount there just not the actual CB. I have seen two different options the 75-830 and the 75-822. The 830 pictures don't look from what I've found to match the same bottom connection. The 75-822 does but I'm not certain how the hooks for the top would go. Any one have any input?
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Re: So I am looking for information on

Please see the attached. Is this what you are looking for?
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I have that information - I'm just wondering one if it will fit on the mount that I have and two which of the jacks go to where?
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Hopefully the jacks are different sizes. The larger jack is for the speaker output, and the smaller jack is for the microphone. From the picture you attached, I do not see the CB antenna jack. Do you have a cb antenna mounted on your bike?
Look at #10 on this thread:
http://www.bmwlt.com/forums/intercom...-frs-gmrs.html
If you use the search feature and just type in "Midland", you will come up with all kinds of information. The Midland never did work correctly on my LT with the Autocom system. You may have better luck with the BMW system. Personally, I think that CB radios are being phased out, they are nice at times just to listen to the jabber from some truckers, but even channel 19 is quiet.

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