http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&sourc...iM9V707iZa-U9Q Google "fuse connectors" & you will find a small brass tab that will piggyback your fuses in the fusebox. make sure you hook it up on the normally "out" side of the fuse & that way the fuse will protect your cb radio.You can then hook up the radio to a fuse that becomes "hot" when the key is on.
2011 mustang/66 mustang//not bad ass, but bad enough.
I've never been a fan of tapping into the fuse box.
I'd run a wire through the firewall (using an existing grommet) to the battery, install a fuse at the battery, then run the wire up to your CB.
Make sure to have a fuse at the battery & a fuse at the CB wouldn't hurt either.
Better safe than sorry. A few minutes of wiring could save you from burning your truck up.
'96 XLT, 4.0L, 4x4 Auto, Super Cab, K&N Filter, Dual Exhaust, 200a Alt, Clear Corners, BUGGMAN LED's, Expo Power Seats & Console, LED modded '01 Tails