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They don't have ICOM Girls any longer just Ray & he is far from Pretty. LOL
I don't understand, my father always told me to stay in school and focus on my education so I don't have to work hard my whole life, like he did.
I got my diploma but never got any postsecondary education, I install decorative cement landscape curbing.
But I want to go to school for HVAC I know being a refrigeration technician is not easy work, but it beats hauling 94 LBS bags of Portland cement, and wheelbarrows of mud.
If they all look like this down in Baja guess where I'm moving?
OH. So that radio has the more modern plastic-headed pots... yellow in this case.
I have seen some blue-headed ones, and some of these modern radios have these itty-bitty pots in there that are near impossible to adjust!
Yeticom Optima MK3. Was trying to figure out the 3 bias pots, and what goes where.
what am I looking at here?
Nice radios and setup ,Galaxy 88 I remember having a 88 back in the 90s, great on SSB but was known to drift also!
Nice Radio There!
Nice friggin Truck!!!
The ICOM 7000 is hands down the BEST mobile radio for any band ever made.I owned the same one Three different times I liked it so much.If I were going HF mobile again I would buy another one without giving it a second thought.Ran it with a TARHEEL II on my pickup & it kicked butt & took names.ICOM should trash the IC-7100 & make the 7000 once again.
Great product as are the ClearSpeech products. BHI makes GAP HEAR IT products for those who don’t know.
This a quick easy way to keep unauthorized people out of your house. When you leave you can lock your chain to keep out ex's who won't give your key back, snoopy mom in laws or neighbors who know how to pick locks and steal from you.
I have one of those for VHF/UHF & my neighbor rebuilt the board & I put New LED's in it & now it works great.It was junk before.
Bird legs and a bird meter
Real nice , I'd like one.
Lots of great old radios!
That's two cans of rattle can "Flexseal" covering the lumbar. All stainless hardware except for one.
It is a vintage 1958 LONESTAR 16 footer. We rebuilt the transom and leak tested in the last week. Next trailer wiring and wheel hubs.
We are going to modify with
steering in the center of the boat and remote shift and throttle.
The wife and I jointly bought this boat. Original asking $650, we bought it for $400. Motor would not start, changed the fuel tank to one of mine and it started on third pull.