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AUJ2K - Spare Tire CB Antenna Mount For 2007-2016 Jeeps

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Looking for an easy way to put a CB antenna on your Jeep Rubicon, Wrangler or JK series? This spare tire CB antenna mount kit may be what you need! This aluminum mount installs on 2007-2016 Jeeps using existing bolts on the spare tire rack with no holes to drill. The included 18' CB coax has a detachable PL259 that makes routing the cable easy. With the pre-tuned antenna, you just need to install this kit and connect your radio. Of course, we always recommend you check your SWR.


Product Features

  • Fits behind the spare tire using the existing mounting hardware
  • Proprietary design allows for adjustable angle
  • Made with rugged polished 3003 improved strength alloy aluminum
  • Includes insulated 6/6 nylon spacer washers
  • 18' terminator CB coax with FME to PL259 connector
  • Works with 2007-2016 Jeep Wrangler, Rubicon, and Liberty
  • Includes 3/8" x 24 threaded stud


Mount

The mount in this kit is a polished 3003 improved strength alloy aluminum. When the optional coax is included, the stud is a ring terminal type with a weather resistant coax connection already attached. The mount-only option includes a stud with a SO239 (screw-on) connector on the bottom for CB coax with the big PL259 connector on it. The hardware needed to attach the mount is included in the package.

Coax

The optional coax is an 18 foot Terminator coax. It includes a weather resistant ring connector to attach to the mount and a FME to PL259 connector for the radio end. This type of connector makes it much easier to route the coax from the antenna to your CB radio. You usually won't have much slack in the cable going from the back of the Jeep to the front. If you do, remember to route it in a wide oval or figure 8. Winding it up in a tight coil will cause a high SWR.

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