Recommendations for CB/uhf radios?
Looking to outfit the harvest fleet with radios. Thinking Motorola or kenwood. Was thinking all handheld if they have 12v chargers so I could easily move between equipment year round. Would like at least couple of handheld ones for the grain truck drivers. Anyone have favorites? What kind of range do they have?
Tried the handheld route few years back. Ones I had were hard to hear and always left on and dead. Ran some cheap wired ones in and way bet...More
Good to have a couple of hand helds for quick local comunication ,but reach is poor and batteries are expensive to keep up, so in mobile equ...More
Depends on range you need,Midland work for us great
Small in cab unit works with gmrs radio hand held
Different watted for different ran...More
Wired is the way to go brand not as important most work well. Handheld a for the most part trouble, range is poor spend the money once . Y...More
Who do you recommend for dealers?
Hub city radio in Saskatoon this is not the prettiest place but the guys in the back really no what there doing
I would recommend the wired in ones! We run a couple handheld kenwoods they r nice radios but the range is poor! Sometimes won’t even reach ...More
I would recommend wired ones. We have used a bunch of different brands. We have found Kenwood to be the best bang for our buck. Motorola ha...More
Handhelds are half a mile range, with a wired one the truckers will let the cart know when they leave the elevator which at times is 35miles...More
Hand held are nice for short range when moving or hooking up heads. For actual field use hard wired units are the way to go.
We use midland...More