A lot of guys are simply using GMRS which is more than adequate. I don’t know how many of our club members are HAM operators but in most cases we try to put the HAM guys in the front, middle and the back of the lineup on the trails.I’ll have to learn more about it!
Sounds great to me! I’m always down to help wrench.Posted by Ethan Smith (@gawaterfowler) on the club’s Facebook page ……..
So guys just throwing this out there. For a future club plan how many people would be in for a wrenching day? We could do a Saturday at my shop in cordele ga and it’d give us all a chance to get together socialize and obviously cook and eat but also opportunities to work on our rigs for some of the guys that maybe don’t have any place to work on em at home. We have 3 two post lifts, 2 four post lifts, 2 frame machines, tire and alignment machine, welders etc. Things that could be done just for example oil changes, diff fluid changes and flushes, bumper installs, lift kits.