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Try J & M Communications in North Van.
Phone # 984-7076. They may not have the exact frequency for the partucular logging road you plan on riding, but they would know how to hook you up with that info.
 

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I know the main channels used by logging trucks used on west harrison/elaho/chekamus is "4" and "12"
 

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Unfortunately, channels are not what Stephen needs, he needs frequencies.. Just a point of information, but each radio will not necessarily have the same frequencies and/or programmed on the same channel. Your 154.100 (Lad 1) might be on channel 1, where on my radio, I may have programmed the same frequency on channel 4.
 
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I would check with the local shops that program VHF radios. They may have a master list of frquencies used throughout the province. With Stephen being in Alberta he might have to make a couple phone calls to shops here in BC to get what he wants
 

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I know the post is old but I have the book. Here's some to play with.:D

159.270
164.265
164.085
164.910
164.175
149.000
163.830
164.235
163.995
164.145
164.055
163.935
163.890
167.670
171.030
172.050
169.950
122.050
122.250
122.650
129.250
129.650
164.040
164.190
164.205
153.050
153.080
158.160
158.190
469.975
162.690
165.540
151.115
151.760
158.400
154.325
154.100
158.940
152.390
469.137
469.162
469.237
473.355
173.955
153.680
165.450

If any of these are interesting I can tell you what they are, but I didn't want to type out an explanation for each one.
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Have a look at my website; I post the freqs at the end of each trip report; not only for the roads we were on, but also for roads that we passed. Freq, road name, and logging co (when known) are listed.
 
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