Yeah its better to tune if you know how, or have someone do it, but I just bought a pretuned fiberglass one from Radioshack(yes i know its not tuned the best). It works though on my midland.
I also learned that having the weather channels is only useful if you live in or drive around large cities that broadcast- I opted to get one without.
Also a question to add. I have the pretuned fiberglass antenna hooked up now on the roof. If I buy another of the same and put them on oposite sides of the truck, would it increase incomming signal, or cancel each other out?
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