Please keep your Texas Star CB junk off the amateur bands. You could sell it to a trucker and put the money towards something nice.
I don't have too! This amp has been tested on a spectrum analyzer and other equipment to make sure it meets spurious emissions requirements as required by the FCC. It is within my license to use such an amplifier for amateur radio service.
I primarily use this amp for 10 meter FM since these amps can withstand 100% duty cycles and I learned the hard way that my Ameritron ALS500M can't.
Why would I sell it to a trucker? I already have 2 nice HF amps which suit me fine. It's ridiculous that people like you and others in the amateur community think that truck drivers are still the most flagrant violators polluting the frequency spectrum with illegal amplifiers. Listen to CB channels 6,11,17,20,26,28, that's not truck drivers, that's the everyday base stations running mostly class C amps with over modulated and/or clipped radios. Sure there is the occasional truck driver, but as a truck driver myself, CB use among us has rapidly declined to the point where I see more drivers don't even own one anymore. I only monitor my CB on the rare occasion I might get a useful traffic alert or possibly strike up a conversation which does not happen very often these days. Most of the conversations are about my funky looking HF antennas on my truck.