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      Members Only Fluid Forum View   08/08/2017

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LittleRanger

VHF Marine Radio? Suggestions?

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LittleRanger

I dont want a big antenna on my boat but want a nice radio with reception..................is such a thing possible? I found a "VHF Marine" radio for about $150 but its digital, wireless mics but does not talk about antenna, made me think VHF needs no antenna? Thanks

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LittleRanger

Reply to my own post: Did some research, we can "get along" with some Russians on the moon, but we can not come up with a marine radio that does not need a big freaking antenna .............................................thought this digital marine radio was the ticket, love high tec gagets.

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Kaz

L Ranger, I can fix you up with a 46 inch antenna that works very well and is fexable enough to just snap out of the way when you bump it. Cost about $50 complete with the mount. I have installed several on boats used on LOTW with great results, I've got references. If intrusted, "E" me at ddkaitz@msn.com and I'll help you out....Kaz

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bturck

Little Ranger: I've seen the radios that KAZ has in his vehicle. There is no doubt that he would be able to set you up with what you need. He emailed me the other day with all the particulars and if I remember correctly the total equipment cost was around 2 bills, As soon as I get squared away he is going to give me a hand with mine. Bill

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