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post #29971 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 06:36 PM
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redo-ing my cb and it would be good to know that there isnt a cb shop near SD. closest one i found was 130 miles away. Whats up with that? Anyways, I'll be at Valero 9am. Red Tj black rims, ugly driver.


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post #29972 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 07:34 PM
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What do you need for your cb? want it installed?
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post #29973 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 07:56 PM
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lol. No it's installed. I have a firestik and the base of it broke off. Was looking to just getting a repair or even a new one over these past few days but I guess i'll just have to buy a new one. Also upgrading from basic coax to the firestik fire ring. No biggie. Amazon.com is there for me.

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post #29974 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 08:02 PM
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Oh, I got my firestik at 4 wheel parts in el Cajon, I just went there today and they have the 5 ft and the 4 ft
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post #29975 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 08:40 PM
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Im there. 9am valero
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post #29976 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 08:43 PM
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So on a scale of stock to Joes Jeep, how hard is the trail to pancake rock?

I can't attend, I've always wondered.

All about that unibody life.
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post #29977 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 09:18 PM
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So on a scale of stock to Joes Jeep, how hard is the trail to pancake rock?

I can't attend, I've always wondered.
We'll find out tomorrow. Sometimes it's a dirt road but now it seems to be washed out and rutted. By most accounts it seems to be similar to LW right now.

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post #29978 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 09:26 PM
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The trail to pancake rock is EASY.. Its just a freeway!

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post #29979 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 09:32 PM
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We'll find out tomorrow. Sometimes it's a dirt road but now it seems to be washed out and rutted. By most accounts it seems to be similar to LW right now.
Having done Pancake Rock last week, its actually seems to have gotten easier. Nothing compared to LW.... If you have a rear locker or limited slip your do just fine, if your open, and its wet your have some problems here and there. I highly doubt your need a winch or need a tow strap.

If you want additional fun, just go past the pancake rock and go to the left, there is a rock garden you can play on. To my knowledge there is nothing to the right other then a lock gate.

As far as what rig is required to make it up to Pancake Rock, Ive done it several times in the past year and all I have is slightly larger tires then stock with no lift. The nice thing about pancake rock is typically you have more then one route to take, so if your a good driver or have mods done you can take a harder approach or if your stock and don't want to bother, you can probably drive around it. P.S. Dress warm, it was extremely cold last weekend on top.

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post #29980 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 10:07 PM
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So it sounds like 9am Valero ch 21 on the CB see ya'll there. Its an easy run al little fun stuff on the way if ya wanna try it. Should be a good time!!

was there 3wka ago better than LW
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post #29981 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 10:47 PM
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Oh, I got my firestik at 4 wheel parts in el Cajon, I just went there today and they have the 5 ft and the 4 ft

I had my cb stolen a while back and havent gotten around to getting another one. Just bought a Uniden 510xl the other day with intention of just going to a shop and getting the rest of the bits and pieces for the install. Well, no shops out here. I grew up in Ontario, Ca where there's a truck stop and cb shops all over as well. Not gonna drive 125 miles to get a few accessories..

Anyways, just got off Amazon and bought a 4ft firestik adj tip antenna, quick disconnect for the base, 18ft of fire ring coax and the connections shipped for 71.00. Got the uniden for 24.00 brand new. Now i just need to go to home depot and jerry rig a mount. Should be cb roll'n in a wk or so. Trying to get it all TDS registration qualified so I can buy some raffle tickets and win that 2012 JK they are raffling off.

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post #29982 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 11:10 PM
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I had my cb stolen a while back and havent gotten around to getting another one. Just bought a Uniden 510xl the other day with intention of just going to a shop and getting the rest of the bits and pieces for the install. Well, no shops out here. I grew up in Ontario, Ca where there's a truck stop and cb shops all over as well. Not gonna drive 125 miles to get a few accessories..

Anyways, just got off Amazon and bought a 4ft firestik adj tip antenna, quick disconnect for the base, 18ft of fire ring coax and the connections shipped for 71.00. Got the uniden for 24.00 brand new. Now i just need to go to home depot and jerry rig a mount. Should be cb roll'n in a wk or so. Trying to get it all TDS registration qualified so I can buy some raffle tickets and win that 2012 JK they are raffling off.
Frys has a decent selection of cb stuff.


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post #29983 of 40342 Old 12-28-2012, 11:45 PM
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There is also Ham radio outlet over in Clairemont. They do carry CB stuff as well.

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post #29984 of 40342 Old 12-29-2012, 12:11 AM
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I looked at Fry's online and they didnt have a lot of what I need in stock. Nothing easier than clicking the mouse, laying around and waiting for the knock at the door.

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post #29985 of 40342 Old 12-29-2012, 12:42 AM
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The frys website sucks

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