The best CB radio antennas

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CB radio is a communication tool used predominantly by truck drivers and off-road four-wheel vehicle drivers. In evaluating CB radio antennas, note the materials used in the design, the wattage capacity, manufacturer's warranties and the method required to tune the antenna. Instead of buying an antenna and accessories separately--such as coaxial cable and a mount--you may save money with a radio antenna kit.

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Firestik FS II Antenna Kit

The Firestik FS II antenna is made from fibreglass and features an adjustable tip you twist for tuning. It is user friendly, offers quality performance and is durably constructed. The kit includes a durable mount which can be secured along mirror bars or vertical truck surfaces. A premium co-phased CB coax cable is also included.

Wilson Professional CB Antenna Kit

Wilson's silver load antenna has an exclusive impedance-matching transformer. Silver-plated wire that reduces resistive losses increases audio performance. Twist a knob to tune the antenna. Also included are a durable antenna mount and premium co-phased shielded coax cable.

Monkey Made CB Antenna MM-6

The Monkey Made CB MM-6 antenna is rated for up to 30,000 watts and has excellent reception. It is more stylised than many of its competitors and features a three-coil construction. Monkey Made offers a lifetime warranty. Accessories such as an antenna mount and coax cable must be purchased separately.

K40 CB Antenna

The K40 CB antenna is rated for 300 watts and features a special design for severe weather conditions. It contains silver- plated wire for increased efficiency and reception. K40 offers a five-year warranty and colour options of black or white. The antenna mount and coax cable are purchased separately.

Francis Per-Tuned CB Antenna

Francis offer a pre-tuned CB radio antenna for quick and easy installation. Other features include a continuous load fibreglass exterior and double helical winding. Antenna mount and coax cable are purchased separately.

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