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  1. I travel extensively in the Nevada, Utah, and California outback. Cellular coverage is spotty at best and non-existent in a lot of places. Megatron is right on the point that traffic and revenue pretty much dictate where cell companies deploy their sites. I have looked into satellite phones as an alternative. I am very close to buying a unit from the folks that provide the Spot Locator Services: http://www.findmespot.com/en/ Their phones start at about $500, just about the lowest cost I have found for ownership. The monthy service starts at about $25. They offer both monthly and a
  2. Moses, Just an update on Nevada OHV registration. Most of the glitches have been worked out of the registration and renewal process. The annual fee is $20 per ATV/UTV/OHV. Renewal can be accomplished on line through the http://nvohv.com/registration/ link. New registrations are handled through authorized dealers. There seems to be a common misunderstanding that owners have a "grace" period after their current registration expires. This is NOT true, in fact there is a $25 late fee, so pay close attention to the expiration date. The size of the sticker has been reduced by at
  3. If you are looking for a way to keep your stuff from pounding around inside or outside your vehicle, the answer might be here: End of the Road Inc. from Nashville makes rubber anchors called "Quick Fist Clamps" for anchoring all kinds of stuff for both easy access and to keep items in place as you bounce over the rocks and ruts in your explorations of the back country. It appears they began by making stuff to keep fire and emergency tools safely stowed on trucks. Their solution seems to be a great fit for off highway vehicles. They offer a wide range of clamps, straps, and brackets t
  4. I ride a 2007 Arctic Cat 700EFI with 12,000 miles on it (yes, thousand). It has performed flawlessly for every one of those miles. In my quest to make my ATV a little "better" for the areas I ride, at 5,500 miles I chose to add slightly larger tires. I went from 25x10x12 (rear) and 25x8x12 (front) to 26x11x12 (rear) and 26x9x12 (front) nothing too drastic. I am now on my second set of the larger tires. Shortly after putting on the first set i noticed the clutch was getting "grabby" when starting from a stop. My dealer said it was simply caused by dust in the belt drive and all
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