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CB Radio Selection and Buying Guide

August 25, 2016 5:15 pm

First off, I’ll preface this just like my other articles. I encourage you to get your Amateur Radio license. CB Radio is a great tool for truck to truck communications, or possibly enjoying making long distance contacts from the top of a mountain in the middle of a clear dark night. I don’t see CB going away any time soon and the debate continues on that subject daily. My disclaimer and suggestion. Even if you get a CB radio, go get your ham radio license. It costs less than $10, and studying to take the test is very simple. With your technician license you can operate both 2 Meter, and 70 Centimeter. ( I know that is a lot of technical mumbo right now) With a radio less than $100 on Amazon you can talk around the world via various radio repeater networks, and the communications quality far exceeds old ... Read More

Spending time in the Wild West

May 29, 2016 2:58 pm

A few weeks ago we got to be a part of a great new offroad event called Wild West.  The event was held along the dusty trails in and around the ghost town of Gold Point, NV.  Gold Point is a living ghost town. There are a few residents there and they enjoy a totally different way of life. This event was all about getting out and exploring what the gold rush left us. It would probably take you all day to count the number of mines in this area.  We got to visit ruins at Stateline, Oriental Wash, Mohawk, Blair, Silver Peak and more.  We saw gold mines, silver mines, and even lithium mines.  Yes, the stuff that is in our batteries. There is so much history in those hills. We can’t wait for Wild West 2017! Obviously along the way we got some amazing photos!    

Product Review: Traction Jack

April 29, 2016 3:00 pm

As a part of the team at Offroad Trail Guide, I have been committed to helping offroad enthusiasts find adventure. What happens when that adventure gets into a sticky situation?  Self-recovery is an invaluable skill-set and you’re going to need the right gear to help get you out.  Recently I had the opportunity to test a newer product to the self-recovery market, Traction Jack.   Traction Jack are recovery traction boards similar to other products on the market, except they have one major difference.  They fold in the middle.  That allows them to be more compact than the competitors (25.5 inches) when not in use and longer (51 inches) when opened up.   The compact design means you don’t have to mount them outside the vehicle, making them perfect for more than just offroad.  You can toss them in the trunk of your car on snowy days or a day ... Read More