TK3 Toyota Radio Kit | With GMR45 Power House Mobile Radio
Regular price$ 509.00
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Introducing the TK3 Toyota GMRS radio kit. Go Further on your next adventure and stay connected with others. It all starts with the Powerhouse GMR45 mobile radio. With a full 45 Watts of GMRS power the GMR45 will keep you talking for miles. Experience crystal clear communications with our low-loss, double-shielded antenna cable, transmitting through the Rugged Tuned Point 5 antenna.
Installation is fast and easy! Simply mount the radio, run the wiring, and connect the power. All mounts and hardware are included for the Toyota Tacoma, 4Runner, and Lexus vehicles listed below. Already have A-pillar overland adventure lights? We include an easy to install antenna adapter mount for pillar light mounts in this kit! Simply bolt-on and connect your antenna.
Included: Powerful G1, GMR45 Rugged Tuned GMRS Antenna: Point5 Heavy-duty Antenna Cable: NMO-MT-13 Driver Side Antenna Mounts: MT-ANT-TOY-3, MT-ANT-TOY-5 Antenna Adapter for Pillar Lights: MT-ANT-ADPT Mobile Radio Mount: MT-RM-TOY
Compatibility: Rugged GMRS mobile radios will communicate with all GMRS and FRS radios on channels 1 - 7, and 15 - 22.* They are GMRS repeater compatible, and can communicate with GMRS radios from other manufacturers including Motorola, Midland, Uniden, and many more.
Please Note: Per the FCC, FRS channels 8 - 14 cannot be programmed into GMRS mobile radios.
GMRS mobile radio Tuned Point 5 GMRS antenna Low-loss double-shielded antenna coax cable Easy install interior radio mount Precisely located A-Pillar antenna mounts Talks to all other brand GMRS radios
3-Year Limited Warranty
Rugged Radios warrants its Radios, Intercoms & Headsets to be free from manufacturing defects in material and workmanship under normal use for a period of three (3) years from the date of purchase.
General Mobile Radio Service, or GMRS radios, operate on specific UHF1 frequencies around 462 MHz and 467 MHz that are set aside by the FCC for general public use. UHF excels in transmitting through wooded environments, around town, or in any situation where there are obstructions when compared to other frequency ranges like VHF2. Because of this, GMRS is popular for overland, Jeep, camping, outdoor/adventure, and general recreational uses.
A valid FCC license is necessary to legally operate a GMRS radio. More info here