ProComm's based loaded Quarterwave CB antennas provide 1000 watts of performance in an easily tuned stainless steel whip.
If you're looking for a high quality base loaded CB antenna the ProComm Quarterwave offers high performance. ProComm's 1000 watt power rating in a package that is more compatible and easy to install with standard mounts than comparable NMO mount antennas.
If you drive in terrain or conditions where your CB antenna can impact limbs, or other low hanging debris, you'll appreciate the flexibility of a ProComm base load antenna with stainless whip. A great alternative to fiberglass antennas, when durability is a requirement. The ProComm Quarterwave CB antenna is best mounted as high as possible on cars or trucks for peak efficiency.
When failure in not an option, professionals often rely on base loaded CB antennas. Whether your CB radio is used for work or play ProComm based load Quarterwave antennas can make sure your message is sent loud and clear. Install a ProComm CB antenna and experience professional grade performance first hand.
27 MHz CB radio signals
ProComm single base load antennas are compatible with standard 3/8 x 24 mounts and all CB radios
3, 4, or 5 foot antenna lengths available
Installing an antenna spring with your ProComm Quarterwave CB antenna is an excellent idea that will protect your antenna and mount from inadvertent damage. CB World's guide to choosing antenna springs has all of the low down on this often overlooked accessory.
Tune your antenna
The most important step in CB radio installation is the last one. Tuning your CB antenna need not be complicated, we've got a step by step guide that will answer your questions and get your antenna tuned in not time.
1000 watt rated
- 5/16' Diameter Fiberglass Base with 18 Gauge copper Wire
- 17-7 .100 Diameter Stainless Steel Whip
- 1000 watt rated
- Base loaded coil for low profile
- Adjustable Stainless Steel Whip can be Raised or Lowered for Superior SWR
- Chrome Plated 3/8-24 Threaded Base
- Available in Black 3, 4, or 5 foot antennas
- Made in the U.S.A.
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