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Old 01-11-2005, 05:30 PM   #1
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Can you use 40mhz radios in the US.
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Can you use 40mhz radios in the US.
They are not legal here, but you will not have to worry about someone being on your chanel.Some of the pro`s use them but wont say so.
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Yes, you can use it. FCC won't enforce any harm to you. Note that you can only do local club race, since ROAR appoints only 27MHz and 75MHz.

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Just as long as some big FBI agent dosen't come to my door and ask me why im using it.
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Just come and use it in Aussie Land
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