For those seeking strong communication performance from an antenna mounted to a bull bar or fender, the AE4018BK1 970mm Elevated-Feed Antenna UHF CB 6.6dBi Gain in Black from GME delivers.
This antenna features an elevated feed design which allows mounting an antenna virtually anywhere, meanwhile allowing efficient performance. The 6.6dBi fibreglass whip features a ground independent design, with black heat shrink and a heavy-duty braid copper element made in Australia to a high standard. Easily remove the whip and replace it to suit varying terrain.
Whether you’re driving your own 4WD, or a fleet vehicle - the AE4018BK1 970mm Elevated-Feed Antenna 6.6dBi from GME provides a reliable communication solution.
Made in Australia
Elevated feed design for performance when mounted on a bull bar, fender, or vehicle gutter
Ground independent design
Fibreglass whip with black heat shrink and heavy-duty braid copper element
Pre-determined FME connector
Included: 6.6dBi Antenna Whip (AE4018B), Elevated-Feed Base & Lead Assembly (ABL017B), Medium Duty Spring (AS002B) & FME -> PL259 Adaptor (AD503)
Whip 1.6W x 1.6D x 63H cm | Base 4.5W x 4.5D x 38H cm
I have an old gme red 3100 uhf radio and im seeking a replacement antenna and lead as my current 1 is broken .Wondering if the 970mm AE4018bk1 would suit or what would you recommend .Antenna is bull bar mounted. Thanks
Tony - Aberfoyle Park, SA (1 year ago)
There's no issues with compatibility on this antenna with your old 3100. The 6.6dBi gain on this ariel is a good mid-range option. If you are doing more open road/highway driving an antenna closer to 9dBi will give you a longer, flatter range. If you are doing more dense, hilly driving, a 3dBi would be better suited. This antenna is good if you do both!
Lauren - Snowys(1 year ago)
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Can you swap the whip on this antenna?
James - Perth, WA(1 year ago)
You can use the Elevated Feed Base with a few different model whips, but it's not universal. Jump onto this link to find the compatible whip antennas for this base.