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Jeep Talk Show, A Jeep podcast!


The Jeep Talk Show is about Jeeps by Jeep owners. Tony, Josh and Tammy inform and entertain you about Jeeps, off road and the Jeep Lifestyle. New episode every Friday! Podcasting since 2010!
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May 26, 2014

http://traffic.libsyn.com/tonymuckleroy/130-XJ_TALK_SHOW-052214 This Week in Jeep! All Things Wrangler – Full Metal Badges LIVE interview with Chris Ford of Full Metal Badges   Welcome to Our Newest YouTube Subscribers! Chit Cat Radio Comm Tech – Jon (prerunner1982) Part 1 of 2 Reviews Voice Mails! You can download from here!   //www.youtube.com/watch?v=McoH1LwyDow FRS (Family Radio Service), GMRS (General Mobile Radio Service), and MURS (Multi-Use Radio Service) radios are a valid alternative to a CB radio. I will discuss MURS at a later date. FRS/GMRS radios are typically found as a combination or multi-service radio, also sometimes known as “Bubblepack radios” due to their packaging. These radios operate in the UHF frequency range, specifially in the 462 and 467 Mhz frequencies. FRS: [B]No License required 1/2 watt non-removeable antennas no repeaters Typical communication range[/B]: 1 mile +/- (longer communication is possible from hill top to hill top with no obstructions, 30 miles+…. not typical conditions) GMRS: [B]License REQUIRED [/B]($85, good for 5 years, no test, covers immediate family)….. (For reference an Amateur radio license is $15, good for 10 yrs, fairly easy test, only covers individual, but many, many, many more frequencies available) [B]50 watts max [/B](handhelds will have upto 5 watts. Commercial […]