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JasonR

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  1. i had the same problem at one time.. and it was a combo of two things... the first prob was that the the Gen battery was bad.. and it has to be good to work or to "switch" the isolator .. and the second thing was the isolator itself went out.. when the generator is running the isolator switches over to the "house" batteries and then runs a trickle charge to the motor battery. but if the house battery is bad it will shut down the motor.. kinda like a car with a bad battery it will run till you put a load on it try putting a known good batt. in the place of house batt. hope this helps..
  2. i have a Loaded open carry permit...but you have to have a guard card to go with it..and if you carry, you have to be on duty and in uniform with a patch on each arm and a badge. not sure if this is what he means??
  3. the Puxing 888 VHF model hand held radio with a small headset with a PTT works great with dirt bikes quads etc. i have them for mine, and never had problems
  4. its hard to make a channel an emergency channel just because each radio will be programmed differently with each its own frequency. Most people don't know what exact frequency they are on, just the generic channel number IE channel 1 or A,B C etc. but the different company's channel may be different from on to another unless you tell them what freq. you want put on each number. I use a VHF radio which covers ALL the frequencies and i can program it to ANYONE's freq. can talk from the North pole to the ranger station with perfect clarity
  5. i was looking up if you can have your ammo or clip with you fully loaded...and the answer i found was yes you can. here are some info on it http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OYWz7BEEg1k and here is a law on it. penal code 12031(g) states (g) A firearm shall be deemed to be loaded for the purposes of this section when there is an unexpended cartridge or shell, consisting of a case that holds a charge of powder and a bullet or shot, in, or attached in any manner to, the firearm, including, but not limited to, in the firing chamber, magazine, or clip thereof attached to the firearm; except that a muzzle-loader firearm shall be deemed to be loaded when it is capped or primed and has a powder charge and ball or shot in the barrel or cylinder. it sais it has to be attached to the firearm...not on your hip. I called the local police today and they told me the same thing. BUT if you conceal the clip, you can get into trouble. it also has to be Open Carry.
  6. i live in san bernardino county in apple valley. Im currently looking into getting a CCW....someone told me that once you get your CCW..its good for all of California..is this true??
  7. I have been following the so called "open carry" movement on the internet . Has anyone else? apparently, you can carry your firearm openly on your hip as long as it it unloaded. You are also allowed to carry your FULLY loaded clip on the other side of your hip and it is still legal. I looked up some info and you can find it at opencarry.org I'm curious if other people are exercising their right to carry or are you opposed to it.
  8. yes that is the connection..] one if for the mic and other for the headphones
  9. HUH?? im not sure what you mean about a normal car intercom...as apposed to a non-normal car.. .lol...JK i was looking to at my radio and the only plugs i see on it is the mic and headphone jacks... i can tell you that the radio can be programed with your PC using the same jacks...but im not sure about interfacing with an existing intercom... but i would think that if your car has an input plug for an aux hook up ...then i would think it would work... if you plugged the headphone into your aux of the intercom and the PTT to the mic...i think it would work.
  10. ya i own two of em... me and my father set them up in our sandrails . ... and we bought the kenwood KHS-7a headset with a PTT button. here's a link to show what the headset looks like, (note the plug) http://www.sundanceradio.ca/store/images/K...0KHS-7A_SKU.jpg the headset works perfect with face mask/dust-z. and goggles...they would work with ppl on dirt bikes and quads they use the same frequencies as race radio... all you have to do is set it in the memory and it will cover ALL race radio freqs. so if your friends have radios and dune, you can hear and keep in touch.... we talked from the north pole back to camp near bathroom 3 and it sounded like they were sitting right next to us... they are a lot of radio for the money...i would recommend getting them. if you need the frequencies for the race radios i have them as well...
  11. i have the solution for you...go on ebay and look up the puxing 888 hand held VHF radio. they are about 65.00 each..and transmit on the the VHF band in FM. they also have the capability to access repeaters that allow you to talk 80 plus miles. the radios come from hong kong and take about 3-4 weeks to get to you but they are well worth it. you can also hook up head sets and boom mics on them...they also cover all of the sand rail race radio frequencies heres a link you can look at them http://www.walkietalkiestore.com/index.php...products_id=698
  12. anyone have the UFC fight on new years, me and mine would like to watch it with you ...let me know where your at Jason N Candice..
  13. does anyone have an SWR meter for the 2meter radio VHF...that will be out there on new years...if so..can i use it to calibrate my home made J-pole let me know... Jason
  14. where you coming from... i have a 50amp and live here in apple valley...ill let go for 40.00 760-792-2966 Jason
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