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laqualo

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i live in Canada and love the look for the short Antenna . Anyone recommend where to get a good one here in the north ?

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Amazon.ca that's where I got mine. 

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Agree on the KEYO1E. Copper coil wound and very happy with the reception. You'll be satisfied. Most here on the forum use it.

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That antenna is cool but since its aluminum and stiff I worry about catching it with something and doing damage to truck.  I opted for the rubber version. I've had it on my last two trucks.  11 inch flexible antenna. 

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Thanks guys !!!  i also saw some people just with a rubber cap over where the antenna was . Where would one fine that

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