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Nissan Frontier Radio Install

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#1
Recently picked up a Nissan Frontier. I'm in the process of installing radios. Right now I kinda just "thrown" in a 110 Watt UHF MCS2000 that I use for 70cm ham and for the fire dept. A more complete install is going to be done. I have a Yaesu FT8800 that is going in at a later date. Do not mind the mag mount, that is just temporary until I get everything in. Two holes will be drilled for NMO mounts.

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WatnNY

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Knoxville, TN
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Nice job! I have monitored 446.000 for 15+ years and I can count on one hand the number of times I have heard it used! Just no where near as popular as 146.520!

Mike
 
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#7
Propagation on 70cm just isn't up to par with 2M. I enjoy monitoring 2M simplex in my area and periodically try to switch over to 70cm after making contact on 2M to see if we can still maintain contact. More often than not, it's a no go. The most likely exception is if I find someone engaged in SOTA activity.
 
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