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    Having a hard time locating an in truck murs radio. Is there anyone out there that can shed some light on the issue? What brad/type do you guys use, how to set it up and so on. While we're at it, some knowledge on CB's would be helpful as well.
     
  2. johndjmix

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    Forget MURS....just go with a VHF. Thats what we all use out in the desert....

    --John

     
  3. The Car Stereo Company

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    isnt murs in the vhf band? i thought there were 5 frequencies ranging from 151 - 154. but i could be wrong
     
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    Noah,
    Really? You should know better...you're never wrong!
    Yes MURS are 5 low power frequencies in the VHF radio. Legally you are limited to 5 watts transmitting power on these frequencies, and most,(All?), VHF radios that transmit on these frequencies are limited to low power. Most of the radios are easily modified to allow transmitting on these frequencies at higher power...however it is ILLEGAL to do so....

    Eddie

    ps Go to "The One and ONLY Radio Thread" for a ton of info. And Noah is never wrong...
     
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  5. The Car Stereo Company

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    haha. thanks eddie
     

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