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Price: $ 89.99
Upgrade your radio reception with the Stryker 5,000 watt high performance wide band 10/11 meter roof mount antenna. Equipped with a built-in weather trap for improved weather reception, a low-loss 8 gauge silver plated coil, and 18 feet of high-quality coax cable with a quick-on/off PL259 connector. This antenna is designed for maximum performance.
The 62" stainless steel whip can be tuned for 10 or 11 meter radios and the overall antenna height is 68-1/2". This kit includes everything you need for easy installation, including mounting gaskets and a weather cap. Plus, with a 2 year factory warranty, you can trust in the durability and longevity of this antenna.
Upgrade your radio system today with the Stryker roof mount antenna.
Please Note: There are No Returns or Exchanges on Stryker 10 Meter Radios by RoadTrucker® or the Distributor. You Must Contact Stryker Directly as they warranty their 10 meter radios for 2 full Years. Stryker has requested all defective radios be returned to them directly. You can contact Stryker at 910-221-1086 and they should be able to help.
Most of the Stryker 10 Meters are modified by the purchaser because they feel they need to improve the performance of their radios with the internet as their teacher. This is the biggest problem Stryker is seeing with most failure complaints so they want to evaluate every radio accordingly.
If the radio appears to have something simple such as a connector that has come unplugged during shipping or maybe even a solder connection that was over looked during production Stryker will take care of that and return the radio.
Sometimes Stryker will find problems such as a stressed pc boards causing fracture cracks or even exterior damage and that's what they call a factory defect which would be immediately replaced for the customer.
However as mentioned earlier Stryker will usually find that the owner has tried to apply some procedure via the internet and found his radio now has a problem. That will not be covered.