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Old 03-28-2011, 03:06 AM
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Uniden & Cobra are good radios
Cobra 29 LTD Classic
Uniden 76
Midland is only good if you need a short range hand held

Get a Wilson antenna
not a Firestick

here is a reference site
http://www.claysradioshop.com/

you can get a cigarette lighter type power supply, so you can remove it when you don't need it, most auto sound/alarm shops will set you up, they may even carry the radios
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