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Quote from: Buckwheatzydaco on September 22, 2015, 03:45:12 PM
What i still don't know is if it will actually work in the field. Is there a way to test this from my current location?

If you are physically in the region of the map and you have it turned on it should show up on screen.  If you are outside the area of the map you'll have to zoom out and pan to it.
General Discussion / Re: help with garmin 64st download
September 01, 2015, 10:13:53 PM
What happened when you ran the installer?
City Navigator is also quite complete for numbered forest roads in Northern Arizona and Southern Utah.
This manual is translated from Russian by Google Translate.
There's a link to more complete manual at the bottom.
GPSr Units / Re: Garmin 64st
July 08, 2015, 12:02:06 PM
deafirishman, are you in Idaho?  If not you'll need to pan to see the map.  If you're in Ireland that's a long pan. 8)
I don't own a Montana, but if one works like any of my handhelds, you should be able to leave everything enabled.  Personally I'd disable the Topo US 100k, because most of the maps on this site are 24k.  I'd also have a routable map on my GPSr.  Either City Navigator, or a free one from .

If you ever travel out west you might find this map handy.
Are you in WV?  If not you'll probably have to pan to see it.
GPSr Units / Re: Oregon 600 goes haywire
June 04, 2015, 09:02:30 PM
Are you sure it was buttoned up tight?  I've had loose batteries cause problems like that.
GPSr Units / Re: Garmin Zumo 660 PC connection
June 04, 2015, 09:00:04 PM
Sounds like a hardware problem, not a map problem.  You should probably ask on one of Garmin's hardware fora.
Which software are you using?  Many of them have query options, and many will insert the data using the coordinates of the map segment.
You don't say what GPSr you are using.  If it's a Garmin, why don't you try   ?  It looks like they have vector maps of all of China.
General Discussion / Re: Android tablets
April 01, 2015, 08:17:52 AM
I'm looking forward to that thread, Boyd.  If I understand you correctly you can use compeGPS to import MP files that will work on iOS? Will they be routable?
Standard datum for Garmin maps is WGS84.
General Discussion / Re: garmin
March 14, 2015, 10:13:02 PM
For an ATV environment, I'd suspect you'd want a Zumo. but somebody here who uses one would have to confirm that the maps you want to use will work with it.  Garmin won't be helpful regarding third party maps.