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Guest Message by DevFuse

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Does anyone use VHF radio on land?

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#1 skinnyhb


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Posted 27 March 2006 - 06:23 PM

im going to be making a road trip starting tomorrow heading up the US-101 through as far as we can make it in a few days. ive got my cell phone and a very old CB radio for emergency purposes. i also have a handheld VHF marine radio. does anyone use those on land, or are those pretty much strictly Sea-going radios? also, if anyone does live up north of Santa Barbara and would be willing to help me out if ************ hits the fan mechanically on my 88 GL 1.8 FI, i would be forever grateful for a phone number and the county you live in. thanks in advance.

#2 86subaru


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Posted 27 March 2006 - 07:25 PM

marine radio's are for boats only, if you get caught there is a fine , stay off ch-16 , i would use frs uhf radio's or gmrs

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