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CB Antenna 4" Magnet Kit w/RG-58 Coax Rubber Boot, TRAM 300

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CB Antenna 4" Magnet Kit w/RG-58 Coax Rubber Boot, TRAM 300

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Product description

Have the option to install your CB antenna kit on your roof or your trunk with this Magnet-Mount CB Antenna Kit from Tram(R). This antenna features weather-channel capability, 300W power handling and a 26 MHz-30MHz freq range. Your kit includes a 35", stainless steel whip, 3.5" magnet, a rubber boot on the magnet for scratch resistance and a 17-ft coaxial cable.

CB Antenna 4" Magnet Kit w/RG-58 Coax Rubber Boot, TRAM 300

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