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No matter what you do, you'll need a good bit of space for the UHF antenna anyway. And, you'll need some sort of high-band VHF for those channels as well.
So, why not try the HD Stacker?
Assuming the long elements on the Stacker's VHF section really are low-band VHF elements (at 60" wide, they likely are), why NOT use that one.......
Since you are around 50 miles from the TV stations, I'd guess that most of your FM Radio stations are about that same distance......the low-band elements would certainly help FM radio reception in that case. Just feed a split of the antenna to your FM Radio tuner.
Ken English, Sr. Engineer, KSL-TV.
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