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This is a discussion on two way radios within the Audio, Lighting and Electrical forums, part of the General Discussions category; two way radios who has them what one and where and how did you mount them???? pics please i just ordered this one. its a ...

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    two way radios

    two way radios
    who has them what one and where and how did you mount them???? pics please
    i just ordered this one. its a gmrs and can talk to most other gmrs/frs radios. only on the gmrs frequencies.
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    Do these radio's operate on the same frequency range as the old CB radio's? I have an old CB that is pretty small and thought about mounting in the buggy.

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    Very cool radios...I use a garmin rhino 655T so I have the 2 way capability with the gps. Looks like the midways are more advance in the radio department.

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    gmrs is not the same frequency as a cb
    2019 wolverine X2 R-spec SE
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    yamaha full cab with wiper and washer
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    yamaha rock sliders
    yamaha trunk box
    warn 3500 lb winch, synthetic rope, aluminum hawse fairlead, and winch remote
    kawell 28" led light bar
    ridged industries dome light and bed light
    midland micro mobile gmrs two way
    wet sounds stealth 6 ultra hd sound bar
    ROWE electronics AMPlink
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    I use a yaesu ft-1900 as it has both amateur and vhf chanellsName:  DSC01019.JPG
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    Trailcutter is that a electric heater on the dash?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fireman286 View Post
    Trailcutter is that a electric heater on the dash?
    Yes,it is an auto defroster,it works good to keep my windshield clear.

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    Great radio, my friend and I are both running that radio and we love em Have it mounted above drivers seatName:  IMG_1703.JPG
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    Are you using an ear piece to be able to hear well when you are riding say 30 mph? Or, can you hear the person talking to you clear enough, just from the radio itself, even with the engine noise?
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