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Prerunner1982

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  1. Prerunner1982

    Hello from dirty jersey

    Welcome from Oklahoma.
  2. Prerunner1982

    GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service)

    Baofengtech also now has a mobile GMRS radio on the market. It's nice to see a little more competition in this market, hopefully others will jump in and prices may come down some. https://baofengtech.com/gmrs-50x1
  3. Prerunner1982

    GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service)

    Technically the Baofengs (most) are illegal to use except on ham radio frequencies with the proper license. Please be mindful of the frequencies you are using, I would suggest sticking with the FRS or MURS frequencies. Even the Rugged Radios are programmed with frequencies that you are supposed to have a license to use. The licenses are regional and you can interfere with many entities that are actually licensed for those frequencies. Exmpla: 1 WTHRMN 151.625 2701 Licensed users. Including: Union Pacific, FCA US, Subaru, University of Oklahoma, NM State University, BP, Exxon, Boeing, Vertex standard (Yaesu ham radios), UPS 2 BFGRLY 151.715 1243 Licensed users. Including: Many school districts, City/State agencies, McDonalds, and various businesses. 3 BAJAPTS 154.980 644 License users. Including: State, City, County, Police and Fire for States all over the country. 4 NETWORK 151.685 1232 Licensed users. Including: American Airlines, School districts and Universities, Costco, fast food restaurants. 5 CHECKRS 151.925 1178 License users. Including: Verizon, Haliburton, Hospitals, City/State, Schools/Colleges, various businesses. 6 FAIR 150.860 127 License users. Including: Hospitals, automotive, schools. 7 YOKOHAM 153.110 396 License users. Including: Exxon, Marathon Oil, Shell, ConocoPhillips, Chevron, NBC Telemundo, FCA US, CBS, Clear Channel, various other TV/Radio. 8 RUGGED RELAY 152.960 653 Licensed users. Including: Various Oil/Gas companies, Concrete companies, Kingsford Charcoal, many farms, Urgent Ambulance service, schools. 9 CHKRS 2 151.505 1736 Licensed users. Including: UPS, Construction companies, Conoco, Phillips 66, Exxon, Goodyear, AM General, T-Mobile, Tampa Bay Search and Rescue & REACT. Denali Off Road club holds a license for their members. 10 BFGPITS 153.395 282 Licensed users. Including: FCA US, Northrop Grumman, Dow Corning, Oil/Gas, farms, Tyson foods, Kroger, Oklahoma State University, Boeing. 11 MAG 7 153.380 295 Licensed users. Including: GE, PPG Paints, Ford, Trane, Citgo, 3M, Green Bay Packaging, Valero, Yokohama Tires, OK State, University of Texas Permian Basin, Idaho Power Company, New Hampshire, Electric Coop, IBM. 12 RESCUE 155.160 1133 Licensed Users. Including: National Ski Patrol, many search and rescue teams, many municipalities, schools, and hospitals. 13 CORE 153.245 227 Licensed Users. Including: Sinclair, Exxon, Dow Corning, Northrop Grumman, 3M, Volvo Trucks, Nestle Purina, various manufacturing companies, Dana (axles), many schools, municipalities. 14 PRIVATE 156.675 117 Licensed Users. Including: Municipalities, Chevron, Shell, towing companies, oil/gas, many maritime businesses, 15 SANDLMO 152.510 53 Licensed Users. Including: Communication companies, Telephone companies, 16 PCI RLY 154.515 1738 Licensed Users. Including: Municipalities, many Hospitals, many schools, Fastfood. 17 BITD 151.490 540 Licensed Users. Including: Oregon State Forestry, Nevada Dept of Wildlife, State of Arizona, Penn State Police, State of California, farms, NH State Dept of Corrections, City/County, State of Maine Info Tech, Texas DOT, schools, State of Washington, State of West Virginia, Lockheed Martin, 18 KOH 1 157.450 200 Lincesed Users. Including: many hospitals, schools, City/County, State of New Jersey, City of New York, State of Colorado, State of California, State of New Mexico, LA County, State of Nebraska.
  4. Prerunner1982

    JÄGER from Texas

    Hello Mathew, welcome.
  5. Prerunner1982

    Hello from Oklahoma

    Welcome
  6. Prerunner1982

    Cb range

    People have been moving to GMRS and ham radio. Both are better than CB. The only thing CB has going for it is no license required. GMRS does have a $70 license that is good for 10 years and covers your immediate family. A ham license requires a test which typically cost $15 (or sometimes free) and covers YOU for 10 years, free renewal.
  7. Prerunner1982

    What radio would you recommend for my rig?

    Depends on who you are wanting to talk to and what they use. GMRS is a much better option than CB however most seem reluctant to change. The Cobra 75 CB seems popular as it can easily be disconnected and hidden away when not in use. You would want an external speaker with this unit as well.
  8. Prerunner1982

    quarter elliptical spring setup

    Old school. @Mark see image below for example. 1/2 a leaf pack turned upside down with a shackle between the end of the spring and axle. Or you can go 3/4 elliptical.
  9. Prerunner1982

    Toggle set ups

    Looks like I may try to make a switch panel for the ash tray in the later model center consoles.
  10. That's not a CB, that's a GMRS radio (better than CB) and I am sure I could find a place to put another antenna (have 3 already). Also @Mark if you provide this radio or any radio from Midland, order through Midlandusa.com and use overlandusa discount code to save 20%.
  11. Thanks Mark! That would make a great kit, I could hard mount that and wire it into my rear fuse block.
  12. Prerunner1982

    Bumper installed

    $50? what a steal!
  13. Prerunner1982

    All done finally.

    Nice, but All Done? Come on.... we aren't your significant other you don't have to feed us that line.
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