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Old 06-11-2013, 10:16 PM   #1
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Wilson Antennas On Sale For WF Members

Stop buying from Amazon or Ebay! Most companies that sell on these sites don't have the knowledge to help you decide which product is right for you. Also, you WILL NOT get a 2 year warranty on all parts purchased like you do from FTL Distributing! Oh, and they don't offer a discount to WF members...just PM us for the 10% off coupon code.

Wilson Antennas have been at the forefront of CB technology for decades. Their "Silver Load" fiberglass antennas are some of the best in the business. Easy to tune and durable, the Wilson antenna line should be considered when your ready to buy.

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Old 07-03-2013, 04:49 PM   #2
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I will explore your site more when I have more time.
Q- A local shop suggested a radio for the Jeep but I forgot exactly what it was. I think it was a Cobra. He stated that it was recommended for the trail since the internals were epoxied and held up to be shaken about. It looked to be a $60 radio peaked and tuned for $100. They charge $30 to P&T so it seemed somewhat fair.
What do you know about this and what do you recommend?
I currently have a used hand me down Uniden full size that my Dad gave me from his semi truck.

Also I'm running a 4' firefly 2 from firestick also used.

My setup is powered direct from the battery and I have a spare tire antenna mount for my 4 door Wrangler.
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Old 07-04-2013, 10:22 AM   #3
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I will explore your site more when I have more time.
Q- A local shop suggested a radio for the Jeep but I forgot exactly what it was. I think it was a Cobra. He stated that it was recommended for the trail since the internals were epoxied and held up to be shaken about. It looked to be a $60 radio peaked and tuned for $100. They charge $30 to P&T so it seemed somewhat fair.
What do you know about this and what do you recommend?
I currently have a used hand me down Uniden full size that my Dad gave me from his semi truck.

Also I'm running a 4' firefly 2 from firestick also used.

My setup is powered direct from the battery and I have a spare tire antenna mount for my 4 door Wrangler.
Thanks.
wat3rdog,

I would imagine they are talking about a 19DXIV or an 18WXSTII for that price range. Most radios are designed to take some punishment but none are considered waterproof or indestructable. The most popular radios we sell for off roading are the Cobra 75WXST and the Uniden PRO510XL. Peaking and tuning for $30 is not bad as long as they do it right. Just keep your eyes open and be smart because there are some bad shops out there who just look to take your money and can wreck your radio.
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