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If you operate an offroad UTV, SxS, or ATV club, we have a feature here on UTVBOARD where you can create your own club section with your own mini forum, gallery, and calendar. Clubs can be public or private and by invitation or not. Every member can create a club and as the creator, is the moderator. You can even assign additional moderators. If this is of interest to you and your club members, please visit our clubs page to start one today! Click the Start a Club button and you'll see this come up:
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We will be updating UTVBOARD in a few stages over 2018 with the first set of updates coming very soon. Everything will remain similar in terms of functionality but will bring us up to date with the software that is the backbone of this site as well as introducing some new features such as: Fluid forum view for topics as an option to traditional view Copy and paste into topics with better embedding of topics and posts New UTV Clubs features where members can create their own public or private clubs with their own forum and gallery New reactions for posts and content and more. As we move towards the spring, we'll have some additional enhancements to our gallery section, video upload display, emoji, social network connections and more. 😁
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We've just updated our community to the latest software that runs this website and have tried to get it pretty close to where it was before in terms of colors and such. There are many new features and updates which I won't list out but encourage you to browse through the site, upload some photos and post some new topics. When you have an image you want to put into a post, just paste the url...same as a video, and you should see it auto embed. You can also mention people like you do on Twitter by using @membername. We've also got a new leaderboard in the main menu and maps will be back shortly, after we reinstall it. The gallery is redesigned as well. Tapatalk is updated and the mobile version of this site is a responsive view of the full site. Please post any issues or use the contact link in the footer.
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RM-60 VHF 60-Watt Mobile Radio With 20% more power than the VX2200, the RM-60 VHF Radio packs 60 watts of power for maximum performance and distance. In addition to the long range capabilites, the RM-60 offers incredible features making it the new leader in VHF radio communications.
Simple operation and an uncluttered face makes the RM-60 easy to operate. With 5 front facing programming buttons, the RM-60 is easy to program and adjust functions.
The programmable hand mic allows additional programming and functions such as channel scanning, power level selection, squelch adjustment, keypad lock, scan skip, time-out-timer, and more. And, if you're riding at night, you can switch on the microphone backlight to illuminate the keypad.
The RM-60 has more features than you'll probably ever need, but all these options are what makes the RM-60 such a strong and versatile 2-way mobile radio.
Whether your prerunning the next desert race, or exploring the Dunes in Glamis, the new RM-60 Radio is the perfect choice to stay in contact with friends and family. Work, Race, Play... Rugged Radios is the Authority in Communications!
VHF frequency 136-174 Mhz Powerful 60 watts of power 25~35 mile range 200 programmable channels Dozens of preprogrammed offroad channels DCS/CTCSS tone code capable Channel scan Adjustable squelch Channel edit Tone code scan Adjustable power level Keypad lockout Backlit hand mic Vehicle voltage indictor Time-out-timer Busy channel lockout Dimensions:
5.5"W x 7.5"D x 1.5"T
VHF RM60 Radio Hand Mic U-Bracket 6' power cable with inline fuse Mounting hardware Owners manual Follow us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/UTVGuideView the full article
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