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FRS Vehicle Radio

FRS Radio

Part #: 21-1850

I normally wheel with a couple of FRS radio's inside the vehicle for communications with my spotter when I am in a difficult area, or just for communicating between friends when we are in a couple different areas.    Now going down the highway, the handheld's, just didn't have enough volume to be heard over all the soft top and road noise.   That is until these were found at the local Radio Shack.  Very simple to operate with all the features of a handheld unit in one powerful package.  This is a Mobile/ Marine 14 Channel radio.  The radio is sealed inside the antenna's magnetic mount for maximum range.  All controls are located on the microphone.  It utilizes the 14 Family Radio Service channels with 38 selectable quiet codes.  Range of up to 3 miles.

Additional Parts:
None
Tools Needed:
None

 

Installation:
1. Since this is a mobile unit.  All you need to do if find a magnetic, or a hard mount are within reach of the cigarette lighter plug for the antenna.  I just run mine out the passenger door and mount it to the hood.  Check to make certain that there is no debris on the base of the antenna before you do.  You wouldn't want to scratch your paint job. FRS Radio
2.  Here it is installed on the hood. Antenna on hood

This page last updated: 16-Apr-2008

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