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Old 07-19-2010, 10:44 AM   #1
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CB channel for Airstream

I like to run down the road with a CB radio. I typically stay on channel 19 and listen in on the truckers. Do other Airstream travelers use CB's? What's the favorite channel?
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I stick with 19. I think some folks have tried to setup a "RV" channel, but most folks want to stay apprised of the traffic so 19 remains dominant.
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Most WBCCIers will monitor channel 14, as it's the channel used at large Rallies and on Caravans. We have used channel 14 to talk with Airstreams that we have passed on the highway.

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Most WBCCIers will monitor channel 14, as it's the channel used at large Rallies and on Caravans. We have used channel 14 to talk with Airstreams that we have passed on the highway.

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Good to know! Thanks!
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