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Old 06-18-2012, 07:12 PM   #1
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Antenna mount and antenna from quadratec

Has anyone purchased this setup?

http://www.quadratec.com/products/96080_401.htm

Looking to get my CB installed and was thinking about getting this. Not sure if it is a 4' or 3' antenna (3' would be ideal for me).

All the description says is that it comes with the FireStik antenna. I already have the radio, just need all the stuff to go with it to be operational.

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Old 06-18-2012, 08:02 PM   #2
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Not that set up but very similar set up. I put it together piece meal from Amazon mostly but I think I got the bracket off eBay. I have just at $80 in the whole set up.

The only thing jumps out at me different is my mounting bracket is the passenger side one and mine is Black.

I think you probably might want the 4 foot. This picture shows my 4 foot Firestick but unfortunately cuts off the top. It is not that much more out of picture. Taller is almost always better with these things. (forgive the use of the Grey cable... I got a Black one to use but didn't have it yet when I took these pictures)


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Old 06-18-2012, 09:26 PM   #3
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If I get the 4' I need to get the disconnect adapter. The parking garage I park in downtown has a clearance of 6'10". With my lift I have about 4" of clearance. I don't want to have the antenna going "whap-whap-whap" as I go through the garage.

I might have to just keep looking then. Was wanting an all-in-one-stop shopping but that may not be as cost saving as I thought it may be. Thanks for the pics, gives me an idea of how much height the 4'er adds.

There is a CB shop somewhere around the metroplex that sells the firestiks for like $20 I think for the 4' antennas. So if it's too big it's not like I'm out $$$, ya know?
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