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dump truck chanels in wisconsin

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sheriff205

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Hey all , i have a cb in wisconsin and i go by some of the local work sites in myneck of the woods. and use chan 8 on some the sites i go to .but a dump truck driver at one of the sites told me that chan 22 is a popular chan for dumptruck drivers. ? can any confirm that . because i go by Billy the kid on the cb
 

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I would try channel 19. Also, keep in mind that they could be on VHF frequencies or UHF LTR trunking systems.
 

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The only channels that have a designated use on CB is channel 9 and 19. 9 being the emergency channel and 19 being the trucker channel. Like zsuave said they could use other frequencies that that the company might have a license for or go through a local communications shop. One excavation company up in my area is on a Conventional UHF Freq and have CB installed in their bigger rigs in addition to the UHF commercial radio.
 
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