Been planning this for a while, after AlaskChick scored a Red Toyota 4X4 Pickup Truck. I bought just the T/R Unit of a Kenwood TM-D710a, as a spare, for the one in our cabin, and the one mounted in the Yamaha Rhino660. Then I got to thinking, I wouldn't likely be using the Rhino Radio, at the same time as the Red Truck, as they are 650 Miles apart, so I could install the spare, with Antenna, and everything, in the Red Truck, and just bring the Mic, Control Head, and the AvMap6 GPS, back and forth, when we come down to the FlatLands. Mounted the AvMap6 just right of the drivers console, just above the GloveBox. The T/R Unit is under the Passenger Seat, and the Control Head is just to the Rear of the Transmission Shifter, between, and just in front of the Seats. My brother, (the Engineer) did most of the install, as he had ALL the required tools, and I was the Goofor. Had two issues crop up, after the install, which I will resolve, tomorrow, with the help of my buddy Bill.... First was fixed today, by resetting some of the APRS Settings in the Radio, so it would talk to the AvMap6 GPS, ON THE serial port. The second is, with the T/R Unit under the seat, the speaker wasn't loud enough to understand clearly. AlaskaChick likes her TUNES, while driving on Road Trips, and the radio in the Truck was really BAD, so I bought her a new Pioneer Am/Fm/CD/Bluetooth Car Stereo w New inDoor Speakers, and had it installed @ CarToys. While they were installing that, I had them bring out the wires for the Old Speakers, under the Rug to where thr T/R Unit is mounted, and I will connect them to the External Speaker Jacks, on the T/R Unit. The left Speaker plugs into Band A, and the right Speaker goes into Band B. This way you know which receiver is talking, by which Speaker is making noise. When traveling we keep Band A on the local Vhf Repeater, and Band B gets moved to either APRS, or, one of the FRS/GMRS Frequencies. With the 4G/LTE HotSpot Thingy, we found it is easy, to keep at least one Vhf Repeater, online, and then the Navigator, (usually Me) can use Band B to search around for other traffic, in the area. Having the Internet allows us to navigate, and program the next Repeater, on our Line of Travel, by using an Online Repeater Directory. I will post pictures, after I get everything finished, tomorrow.