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TK690 on 6 Meter Band?

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dapaq2

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Does anyone have instructions on how to go about getting a Kenwood TK-690 with the 40-50 MHz split to properly operate on 6 meter amateur band? I am interested in doing this with a TK-690 but have no idea how to go about making it happen.

Thanks,
Doug
 

wcu02mpa

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I can do them

Send me email via QRZ....AF4AY. I can help you. I have done plenty of them. put them on both 6 and 10 meters.
 
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