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Cb Replacement Am Fm Antenna - 1987 Thru 1996 Chevy Caprice on

US $29.99

Lake Mary, Florida, US

Lake Mary, Florida, US
Returns Accepted:Returns Accepted Refund will be given as:Money Back Item must be returned within:30 Days Return policy details:If the Antenna does not fit, reception does not meet your expectations, or you are just not happy at all WE WILL REFUND YOUR MONEY EXCLUDING ALL SHIPPING CHARGES ONCE WE RECEIVE THE ANTENNA BACK IN ITS ORIGINAL PACKAGE UNALTERED & IN NEW CONDITION. All Refunds are processed securely through Paypal. 30 Day period begins from the End of Auction Date. All returns need pre-approval so just notify us thru ebay with the reason why you want to return the Antenna. Return shipping will be paid by:Buyer Restocking Fee:No Brand:AntennaX Manufacturer Part Number:180-CHE10 Interchange Part Number:15264469 Placement on Vehicle:Array Surface Finish:Black coated fiberglass mast Warranty:Yes UPC:758524808892

  • fits 1987 thru 1996 Chevy Caprice


  • UPGRADE your ugly factory (31 inch) metal shaft antenna with this rugged yet functional (24” inch) CB antenna. If you are unsure that it fits, try unscrewing the existing antenna mast off. If it twists right off, then this antenna WILL FIT since it COMES WITH VEHICLE SPECIFIC ADAPTERS (no two antennas are the same fit).


  • How to put it on--Installation is very simple. This is a PLUG-N-PLAY antenna, which means it screws onto your existing antenna mount (a direct bolt-on part, no wiring involved) and takes a minute to do.


  • How is the Reception—This high quality CB Antenna maintains your stock AM FM reception and in most cases IMPROVES your reception. You can also connect your CB radio to this antenna which eliminates the need for a second antenna mounted on your vehicle.


  • PLEASE NOTE: We do not provide connections to your CB radio. We only provide the connections to your vehicles stock antenna mount.

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