Procomm Base-Loaded Steel Whip CB Antenna
- The thin profile & flexibility of a whip with the mounting flexibility of a fiberglass antenna
- Available in 3', 4' and 5' lengths
Designed with a fiberglass base and an adjustable stainless steel whip, this antenna is perfect for situations where it could be caught by low-hanging obstacles or trees or if you simply want a lower profile, thinner look to your CB install. Available in 3',4', and 5' lengths.
|Model / SKU:
|JBC1300, JBC1400 & JBC1500
|Use with pick-up trucks, off-road vehicles, SUV's and cars - particularly if the antenna may often hit overhanging trees, limbs or obstacles. Because it's a base loaded antenna, mounting it as high as possible (ideally close to the roof) will result in the best performance.
|Fiberglass base with stainless steel whip, compatible with standard 3/8" CB antenna mounts, adjustable antenna whip
|Antenna uses male 3/8" x 24 thread, compatible with all standard CB studs and mounts.
|3', 4', 5'
|Approximate ranges are provided for comparison purposes only and are subject to numerous installation and environmental variables. For more detailed information, please see our reference article on CB Radio Range.
|Includes Procomm antenna base with stainless-steel whip
Coax, mount & stud not included
We field tested this antenna is the San Rafael Swell in Utah last month and were very pleased with its performance. It is a much better match to the hood mount on our Grand Cherokee than the fiberglass mast we had tried previously. The reception was also very good with excellent range.
Seems like a good antenna so far. I’m getting good range and the antenna seems pretty durable mounted to the fender on my 2013 F-150. I did have to trim the antenna quite a bit to achieve an acceptable SWR. I got it down to 1.8:1 on channel 20. So far, I’m super happy with this antenna, just be ready to tune it if you go with this one.
It works, checked swr, no adjustment needed. Fit my mount well.
Using this antenna was a necessity for my little car. Fiberglass whip antennas, as I’ve used for my truck would look ridiculous mounted on the trunk of a KIA. I was pleasantly surprised with the antenna’s performance, achieving a good SWR right out of the box. With a little tuning I was able to get a practically flat 1.2 across all 40. The antenna looks good and isn’t excessively noisy like some loaded antennas I’ve had. Very pleased with my purchase and with Right Channel Radios.