Piranha Radio jamming setup

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Piranha Radio jamming setup

Postby moose53 » April 2nd, 2008, 3:18 pm

While surfing ebay today I found someone with a NOS Piranha Jammer for sale...these mounted on the M151 ona rather large radio rack that went in place of the rear seat, coupled with a huge log periodic antenna that mounted to a crank up mast on the front bumper. The setup is complete except for a rt-524 & R442 (standard VRC-12) radio, for which mounts are supplied as well. It has all the parts, including manuals... you dont see many of these, I'd buy it myself if I wasnt broke lol...so in case anyone here might be interested...here's the link:
http://cgi.ebay.com/NIB-MILITARY-HUMVEE ... dZViewItem

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Re: Piranha Radio jamming setup

Postby rickf » April 2nd, 2008, 6:00 pm

DAMN, Its even operational!!! :shock: HEY MR.D. just what you need! Be the only mutt owner with one. You will have to build a bigger garage.
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Re: Piranha Radio jamming setup

Postby Bill, Idaho » April 2nd, 2008, 8:12 pm

Yeah, that's been on Epay several times. The price is usually about the same. Would be kinda neat, tho. A guy here has a minesweeper MUTT, original with 26 , YES --26 miles on it. It has a bunch of big herky looking arms,dials, cables and boxes all over it.
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Re: Piranha Radio jamming setup

Postby m151tx » April 2nd, 2008, 9:37 pm

Hi Guys.

FYI this one has the mounting rack for the CUCV/Hummer (I have a system here).

The M151 version (the original) has a mounting rack that extends down between the fenders and sits on the rear floor in addition to the top of the fenders, I have been looking for the mounting rack for years to replace the CUCV/Hummer one I have.

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Re: Piranha Radio jamming setup

Postby rickf » April 3rd, 2008, 5:16 am

A minesweeping Mutt, Gee, I wonder why it only has 26 miles on it?! Then again, I have half a dozen guage sets that have between 02 ands 45 miles on them. :twisted:
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Re: Piranha Radio jamming setup

Postby raymond » April 3rd, 2008, 5:29 am

It would be interesting to see what the FCC would do if someone decided to use it. :shock:
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Re: Piranha Radio jamming setup

Postby rickf » April 3rd, 2008, 8:56 am

My question is this. It is obviously illegal for any citizen to jamm radio waves. Why would have not been demilled? For christ sake they take the radium dials out of everything so you can't make a dirty bomb!
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