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Astro Spectra help

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toolman60

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Is this radio capable of narrow and wideband? I just wanted to double check as it looks like it is variable programming for channel spacing.

DO4JKF9PW5AN_UCM flashport: 1400010000003

Now the hard part would someone please give me the part numbers of needed parts to do remote mount for the radio. I have tried to find a cable part number in the astro book but overlooking it or it not in there. I know I need the mounting hardware , I just need the cable part numbers.

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Tim
 

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You need an inter connect board. This might be an old part number, but it should get you where you need to be. HLN6344E

And then you'll need a remote mount housing HLN6432B

And last, you'll need the control head cable HKN4356B
 
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