Oktoberfest & Year End Car Show
  1.   South Central WI Events
  2.   3 attendees
  3.   28th Oct, 2018 10:00AM
Annual Meeting and November Ride
  1.   Southeast WI
  2.   12 attendees
  3.   2nd Nov, 2018 6:00PM
We're currently working on combining the ticketing program with the social program. It's annoying to have to rsvp outside of the regular rsvp. When this is done, you'll be able to pay for tickets righ...
I know this is short notice but if anyone has been studying to become an Amateur Radio (ham) operator there is a testing session in Appleton on November 4th. This is in conjunction with the Fox Cities...
Adjusted some tabs in the menu system so more info shows up without clicking anything. This will also show more info on phones in vertical mode over what we viewable before. The maps should now ge...
We have a dozen of these things just sitting rotting in my garage. We would use them for the trail workers when we ran the super challenge races. Past line of sight, these radios are iffy at best. We ...
I have a CB radio and a VHF / UHF Ham radio in my Jeep. I have used both while out on the trails. Ham radio offers the best range and clarity over FRS and CB radios. Yes you need to take a test t...

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  • Sure, you may not need 16k lbs of winch but it may be nice for your rig. This is a great example of some of the neat things WARN does to show how much winch you need and how WARN leads the pack.

    Steel - https://www.warn.com/165ti-heavyweight-w...
    Sure, you may not need 16k lbs of winch but it may be nice for your rig. This is a great example of some of the neat things WARN does to show how much winch you need and how WARN leads the pack.

    Steel - https://www.warn.com/165ti-heavyweight-winch-68801
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  • Kettles Crawl | Trail Guide Class
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    •   Tuesday, 23 October 2018
    VLOGweb  Last weekend was jam-packed full of great stuff! Our Trail Guide class had 12 people and lots of great stuff was presented by the WOHVA crew! Th...
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  • Ryan Harden started a new discussion, Tell Us About Yourself
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    Thank you much for joining one of the fastest growing 4x4 networks! Please tell us a little about yourself below!

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    My first Jeep came when I met my wife Jess Harden she had a black TJ 2 door. I've always been into wheeling...
    Thank you much for joining one of the fastest growing 4x4 networks! Please tell us a little about yourself below!

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    My first Jeep came when I met my wife Jess Harden she had a black TJ 2 door. I've always been into wheeling ATV's Motorcycles etc. But it wasn't until I met my wife that I got what Jeeping was about. Since then, we're on our 3rd Wrangler and are loving help build trails and such in Wisconsin!

    I look forward to many years of helping people get into riding trails, helping land managers build trails, and helping legislative actions pertaining to more access for the Road Legal 4WD vehicles. We've been pretty blown away at the support and speed at which we've been able to open trails, parks and getting things going. Can't wait to see what the future holds!
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  • I'm going to line my Jeep this year with an epoxy-based liner like Rapor. I anticipate in the major trail scouting I'll be doing in 2019, I'll need to mitigate chances of brush scratches since a lot of these trails in WI haven't been touched in... I'm going to line my Jeep this year with an epoxy-based liner like Rapor. I anticipate in the major trail scouting I'll be doing in 2019, I'll need to mitigate chances of brush scratches since a lot of these trails in WI haven't been touched in years.

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