TSMX - Everhardt Super Flex CB Antenna

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CB World’s customers report outstanding performance from the Everhardt super flex CB antenna. Try one for your mobile radio, you won’t be disappointed.

Rated up to 1000 watts the Everhardt super flex is suitable for any mobile two-way setup. The Super flex antenna can take the rough use that Jeep drivers and serious CB enthusiasts routinely ask their equipment to put up with.

The Super flex antenna from Everhardt is factory Pretuned for CB radio frequencies and field tunable to achieve the best performance for your radio. The super flex can be tuned for use with 10 meter radios. Consistently rated as a best buy for the money the Everhardt super flex CB antenna delivers outstanding performance, tunes well for low SWR across all frequencies.

The super flex is field tunable via removal of protect end cap on tip of antenna and trimming the wire as required. Be sure to use a quality SWR meter during this process.

Made in the U.S.A. the Super Flex CB antennas by Everhardt have a protective covering that helps reduce static that can impede antenna performance. This is a problem that can be encountered with other manufacturer’s antennas.

10 and 11 meter (CB) radio bands

Standard 3/8 x 24 threads compatible with industry standard mounting hardware


  • 3 and 4 foot lengths
  • Black, White, Red, and Blue colors

A medium to heavy spring is a smart accessory to include in your CB antenna installation especially if you drive off road or run the chance of striking limbs or other objects with your antenna. Antenna springs add shock absorbing give to the antenna and save it and your mount from untimely damage. CB World’s what you need to know about CB antenna springs has all of the information needed to help you select the right spring for your mobile radio system.

High quality coax is important to include in planning and installing your CB radio. The help center at CB World has important information on antenna coax installation and troubleshooting.

Tune your Antenna
Learn how to tune your Everhardt Super flex CB antenna with CB World’s step by step guide to setting Standing wave ration on your radio antenna.

Power handling
1000 watts of “Talk Power”

Product Features

  • 3/4 Wave "Super Flex"
  • Flexible Antennas
  • Rated: 1000 Watts "Talk Power"
  • "Super Flex" antennas are top loaded helically wound around a 1/4" fiberglass rod with "Super Flex" to help prevent breakage
  • S.W.R. below 1.5 to 1 across all 40 channels
  • Pretuned for CB radio frequencies – can be tuned for 10 meter band
  • Protective covering reduces static
  • Made in the U.S.A.


Approximate Length:
  • 3 Ft.
  • 4 Ft.
Antenna Type:
Mount Type:
  • 3/8 inch x 24
This antenna is the best and biggest bang for your buck!!! It will out tune and blow away ANY firestick or wilson (fiberglass) on the market. I have tested and tuned all three and the results and experience doesn't lie. If you are in the market for a flexible fiberglass antenna this is the only one to get! Great for off roading and places where obstructions might come in contact with it. Tuning is simple, you pull and cut wire from the tip of the antenna to lower the SWR. These antennas are built for a broad range of frequencys, so if tuning for 11 meter you will cut approx a foot of wire or more off of it. In the beginging, with no tuning the SWR on ch 1 was 1.2:1 and on ch 40 it was 2.5:1. After cutting the wire numberous times to tune the antenna my final SWR is 1.2:1 on channels 1 & 40 and at channel 20 it is a flat 1:1 SWR. For about $20 for the antenna and shipping you simply cannot find a better flexible antenna. Everhardt has out performed any and all fiberglass antennas I have ever come in contact with on for tuning and recieve. My main antenna is a Everhardt SOTT-4', I bought this Everhardt TSM-4' for off roading due to its flexibility. If you are use to the easy to tune types with screws, and different stuff... do NOT let this antenna scare you. Yes it take a little more time to tune, yes you do have to pull and cut wire from the tip to tune it. Yes you can screw it up... but your going to really have to be a moron or very careless in what you are doing to mess things up. It is simple to tune, it just uses a different tuning method than the other types.
Wow, how can a normal looking 4 foot fiberglass antenna perform like this? I feel like a fool for having spent hundreds of dollars on little Tarheel II's and Atlas 120A screwdriver antennas when this little jewel will get you 6 through 40 and work just as well (with a tuner of course). I have a Yaesu FT-857D with the separation kit, meaning the body of the radio is in the trunk part of the car. I use an Icom AT-7000 tuner and interface it with the Yaesu with a Better RF to match tuner with radio. Anyway, I was blown away when I got s-9 signal on 15 meters and then made a contact on 40 meters. I did not blow him away on 40 meters, but an s-3 signal and readable audio on a set up like this is amazing. I haven't touched on cb yet. It does that great. I'm hearing things now I was not hearing on my expensive all band ham antenna. I'm getting all of this for less than $20 shipped from CB World. Glad I found this product. It looks to be built solid as a rock and I'm just sorry I didn't learn about it and get this super tiger flex 4 footer earlier. CB antenna? You bet and a very good one, but it can tune up most of the ham bands too. Be sure to ground your mount to the car frame and enjoy. A 21 year licensed ham operator wrote this review.
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