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Yaesu i have yaesu model vx2, id like to expand the frequency from 144mhz -146mhz to 136mhz - 174 mhz. as well as the rfequency of uhf. is there any possible to do it?

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Here is a good website with radio mods for most radios, here's the mod for the vx2, also note the other files, I guess that radio has had a few problems in the past....
http://www.ham.dmz.ro/yaesu/vx-2r-freeband-mod.php

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