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Mag One gift question

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juxtapoz15

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I'm looking for a Mag One radio for my Dad's birthday. He told me to talk to one of his friends to make sure they are programmed properly. His friend sent me the data report for his radio and it has the below information. Could someone tell me which model to buy based on this information? Sorry I'm totally new to this and really don't know anything about these.

Model Number: H84RCS8AA1AN

Channels 1-8 fall in the 462.56-462.70 range
 

gary123

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I agree, any Moto dealer should have no trouble matching the freq and tones once you supply them.
 
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