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NorCal CF Trucks & Coffee

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The last new thread in NorCal West about an offroad coffee meet in Roseville got me thinking - why don't we have an ongoing monthly Trucks & Coffee meet for the Bay Area?

I belong to two other car clubs with monthly meetings, and one of them meets at Mimi's Cafe in San Mateo every first Saturday of the month, where members kick tires in the parking lot, and have breakfast inside afterwards - this monthly event typically draws more than 30 cars, and close to 100 club members... talk about passionate people! Mimi's Cafe is a great spot for being fairly central to the Bay Area, large parking lot, decent food.

Not that we have to care about how many/who shows up to our meet. The purpose is to get to know fellow CF members, exchange information, do some tire-kicking in the parking lot, with breakfast afterwards if so desired; we can also have Tacoma-trashing sessions, if that's your cup of tea. All Frontiers are welcomed, meaning Gen 1, 2, 2WD, 4WD. If you have an X and just can't hold yourself back, fine.

What do people think? Maybe we can plan the first one in two weeks, Sunday 6/26, at say 10 AM at Mimi's Cafe in San Mateo? I'm not an early riser, especially on weekends, and I'd be coming from Santa Cruz. ::smile::
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Excellent! If you can come on 6/26, I'll be there. Hopefully more will join, but two's a start!
Sounds like fun... I may join you guys. You gonna have you bumper installed by then?
I have no problem rescheduling in the afternoon. The more the merrier.
Wish I could help you out enjoi, but I don't know much about CB installation. Pathung has offered to help me with my own antenna tuning issues on Sunday.
@enjoi408 I didn't read your post correctly the first time. :comphead:

"Ignition Switch Accessory Terminal" just means to connect the CB power to a source that comes on when the key is in the ignition and turned to the ACC position. This will allow the CB to automatically power on when the key is in the ACC position, kinda like the factory radio. This is how I have my dashcam powered. On the Frontier there is a fuse panel next to the glove box that I tapped power from. Not sure about the Pathfinder, but there should be something similar.
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