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    Default Radio Equipment

    To anyone using low band frequency 46.42 or to any department who does not have any radio equipment, my department will be selling our old equipment very soon. We would like to sell all for one price. Included in the package:

    4 Portables with chargers
    4 Truck radios
    (All wiring harnesses, microphones, and antennas are included.)

    All of this equipment is fully functional, the reason for selling is that our department has moved to high band. If interested, please email to the following addresses:

    Harrisville VFD

    CMullen8

    Thanks.


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    What brand and models?
    Even the burger-flippers at McDonald's probably have some McWackers.

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    I will check and advise for sure. I know there are two Motorola portables and two Maxon portables, but I will get more information ASAP.

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    Here is the equipment included in the package at this time:
    1 GE MASTR II Mobile (includes dash unit and a large box which is under the seat of the truck)
    2 Standard Model C966L 75W Mobile
    1 Motorola Radius M200 Series (purchased 2001)
    2 Motorola Radius P50 Portables with chargers (2 channel)
    2 Maxon Portables with chargers (6 channel)

    All mobile units come with antennas and microphones.

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    sounds to me like that "large box under the seat" may be a vehicular repeater and if thats the case,that would be a NICE system.

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    is this free equipment? I don't see a price anywhere.

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    the radio in our rescue van is old motorola and it has a large box that goes under or behind a seat. it's dark in color and is about 24 inches long, 14 inches tall and about 3 inches thick. don't know if this is what it could be but who knows. our radio is 100 watts so it's powerful enough. oh it's not for sale just trying to help figure out the "large box".
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    That "large box" is probably the actualt guts of the traciever. On the remote head radios, there is a little control head on the dash and all the rest of the radio is usually under the seat somewhere.

    If it were a repeater, it would probably be Motorola greyish-black and say PAC-RT on it. If it were newer, it would be a very small little box with a bunch of lights on the front. Probably would say Pyrimid SVR-200 or VXR-1000.
    Even the burger-flippers at McDonald's probably have some McWackers.

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    Yes, the box under the seat is the transceiver, not a repeater. I'm not sure on the wattage, but i know it is the most powerful one of the bunch.

    This is not a free system, we would like to get a little bit out of it, but I don't have the liberty to set the price (have to discuss with the department).

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