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Striker Antennas from Oklahoma City

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Old 10-31-2005, 06:18 PM
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Default Striker Antennas from Oklahoma City


Anybody know how I can get another Striker?
I had one that I bought from the guy at the TA Truckstop in OK city,OK back in 2002, but I got relieved of it.......
Want another........
Need another........
Gotta have another........
I am ruined as far as mobile goes........

'nough said!!!

Please help!!!!!!

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get a predator

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Predator is way better than a Striker Antenna. I say just get a Predator 10K and be done with it.

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Arent the predators kinda hollow?
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Ya but so what. An advandage if you ask me , lighter antenna. I have had a dual coil on the big rig for 2years now with no problems. Plenty sturdy unless you want to go tree trimming with the coils or bottom shaft, the stinger holds up real well much better than the Wilson stingers. I rather break an antenna than tear my trucks mirror strut or door off. Try one you will LOVE it.

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Arent the predators kinda hollow?
I am here when your ready..if you want them strong and light come see,,,,,,,,,73ssss .Coily :Wavey Built tough for big trucks.

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Arent the predators kinda hollow?
NO! They ARE hollow! One of the complaints of the Monkee Made antenna is the weight, that seems to take out mounts quite often! I was amazed how light the P-10K was! Easy on the springs, mounts, mirrors, etc. I'd bet if you had a problem with one, Kale would take care of you!

I won't say it hasn't happened, but I have yet to see a destroyed antenna yet.

My choice for a trucker antenna is the Wilson 2000. If I was ever interested in buying a big coil antenna, I'd try the P-10K first.

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MRCOILY pm sent.

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