Passed my test!

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Jaytil
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Re: Passed my test!

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Post by Jaytil » Wed Jul 22, 2009 12:37 am

Thank you...now I just have to figure out how to get on the OAUSA net on Thursday night. Help!!
2008 FJ TTSE, Icon/Swayaway lift, BFG AT 285s, Bud Built skids, AFE intake, tbs and high-tuck cat back, Gobi Stealth rack, MPAC racks, Powertank, DP dual batt, Hella HIDs, tons 'o PIAA. KJ6BDW

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Re: Passed my test!

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Post by sdnative » Wed Jul 22, 2009 8:21 am

Jay,

just set up your radio for this repeater:

Keller Peak 146.385mhz, + offset, PL: 146.2 (it may already be programmed, but the frequency may be incorrect. Keller switched fequencies recently)

or if you use Echolink, look for the KPRA repeater.

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Jaytil
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Call Sign: KJ6BDW
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Re: Passed my test!

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Post by Jaytil » Wed Jul 22, 2009 10:56 am

sdnative wrote:Jay,

just set up your radio for this repeater:

Keller Peak 146.385mhz, + offset, PL: 146.2 (it may already be programmed, but the frequency may be incorrect. Keller switched fequencies recently)

or if you use Echolink, look for the KPRA repeater.
Thanks, Eric. You did have it programmed in, but I'll check it for the updated freq.
2008 FJ TTSE, Icon/Swayaway lift, BFG AT 285s, Bud Built skids, AFE intake, tbs and high-tuck cat back, Gobi Stealth rack, MPAC racks, Powertank, DP dual batt, Hella HIDs, tons 'o PIAA. KJ6BDW

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