|Item Weight||1.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||37 x 4.3 x 5.9 inches|
|Item model number||K-30|
|Manufacturer Part Number||K30|
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K40 K-30 35" 300 Watts Stainless Steel Magnet Mount CB Antenna
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- 300 watts AM power handling capability (ICAS)
- 15 feet pre-wired RG-58AU 95 per cent shielded coax cable stranded to prevent breakage
- Cable includes PL259 connector
- 35 inches, 17-7 stainless steel whip antenna
- Radius 180 degree tip eliminates need for ball and heavy duty 4 inches 10 ounces magnet
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This is a 35" Magnet mount stainless steel CB antenna - 300 watts. 15 feet pre-wired RG-58AU 95 per cent shielded coax cable stranded to prevent breakage.
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The magnet will DEFINITELY scratch your paint.
The edge of the bottom is very sharp even though it is only plastic.
But when you get the base about < inch away, the pull of the magnet SLAMS it onto the surface because it is so strong.
It doesn't scratch it much but it leaves marks.
I bout some felt with adhesive for a dollar, traced the base and stuck it on. That solves that problem. Hope the magnet holds through the felt now.
I first tried it on my pickup, my SWRs were off on some channels.
I then tried it on the car I intended to use it with, SWRs were great both on the roof and trunk, no adjustment needed.
Apparently the truck had some sort of ground loop or static issue which caused the SWRs to be off.
I don't have it in an ideal spot for a ground plane on the car, but it still works good.
With a standard 4 watt AM CB, I've been able to get out a few miles on a day with decent conditions.
To avoid marking up the vehicle, it could use something on the base, some duct tape or felt may do.