Yaesu VX-8R HT

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Re: Yaesu VX-8R HT

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Post by Fetus » Mon Sep 21, 2009 6:18 pm

Gearmonkies.com have some FREE cheat sheets for the VX-8R that you can print out and laminate. Makes it easy to keep track of all the menu settings.

http://gearmonkies.com/GUIDES/

http://gearmonkies.com/GUIDES/YAESU/VX- ... _Guide.pdf

http://gearmonkies.com/GUIDES/YAESU/VX- ... EDBACK.pdf

I just used some packing tape folded on itself for the po-boy laminating job.

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Re: Yaesu VX-8R HT

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Post by cruiserlarry » Mon Sep 21, 2009 6:48 pm

Fetus wrote:Gearmonkies.com have some FREE cheat sheets for the VX-8R that you can print out and laminate. Makes it easy to keep track of all the menu settings.

http://gearmonkies.com/GUIDES/

http://gearmonkies.com/GUIDES/YAESU/VX- ... _Guide.pdf

http://gearmonkies.com/GUIDES/YAESU/VX- ... EDBACK.pdf
Nice find, James...although I'll probably splurge the $2 to use the FedEx / Kinkos self-serve lamination equipment... :lol:
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