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RedRock Short Billet Black Antenna; 5-Inch (97-22 F-150)

Item T545598
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      Video Review & Installation

      Justin: The RedRock 5-inch Black Billet Antenna that we have here today will be a great option for the '97 and newer F-150 owners, really looking to clean up the exterior appearance by ditching that factory antenna and going with a much shorter, sleeker quality CNC billet option for right around 40 to 50 bucks. So short and sweet here, guys, the factory antenna is good for picking up just about every radio station in your town or in your state, but that's pretty much it, right? I mean, it looks goofy, it's oftentimes way too tall for the truck, and listen, can easily get damaged if you take your truck offroad, go through some tight trails, or take it through the occasional automatic car wash.Now, the 5-inch option here from RedRock, on the other hand, at least according to our customer reviews, is still good enough to maintain decent radio reception on most of your terrestrial radio stations. But more importantly, is going to make a massive improvement in regards to your appearance.Now, full disclosure, gang, I've had a shorty billet antenna on pretty much all of my trucks over the years, and for the very small amount of time I do spend listening to terrestrial radio, sports talk, whatever, I don't really notice a huge drop off in performance. Now, granted, I do live kind of near a larger city, so, therefore, station signal strength is pretty strong overall. However, if you do live out in the sticks or out in the country a bit, well then, you might notice some decreased performance in reception.Now, construction-wise, you are gonna be looking at a high-quality CNC billet aluminum build that has been finished off in anodized black, which is both scratch and weather-resistant. Now, installation couldn't be any easier, right? You might need a wrench to loosen up that stocker, but after that, just simply locate the correct thread adapter for your truck, screw it onto the new billet piece, install it, and you're good to go.Now, because this is just incredibly easy, site is gonna call it a very soft one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter. Maybe five minutes of your time to complete from start to finish, but that's probably even pushing it. But regardless, we have an American Trucks customer to walk you through the job now. Check it out.Man: The stock antenna, all you're gonna do is twist it counterclockwise. Comes right off, easy as that. The next step you're gonna do is you're gonna take this little bag that's filled with adapters, and you're gonna find which one works best for you. The easiest way to do that is to just look at the threading on your existing antenna and just match it up with the adapter that looks closest to that. And then the last thing you'll just have to keep in mind is that they come with little spacers as well. Once you screw the antenna in, you're gonna find there's just a small gap between the base of your antenna mount and the actual antenna itself. So you just wanna put that bracket in there, the spacer in there to fill that gap, make it look nice and clean.All right. So we're gonna go ahead. We've got our correct spacer and we've got our antenna, we're just gonna put that spacer on the antenna, and as easy as that, we're just gonna hand-tighten it down as far as it goes. And there you have it.Justin: So wrapping this one up, guys, if you are looking to clean up the appearance on your F-150 without dropping too much performance in radio reception, be sure to check out the RedRock 4 by 4 Billet Shorty, right here at americantrucks.com.

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation

      Features

      • Short 5-inch Radio Antenna
      • Excellent Radio Reception (May Vary By Location)
      • CNC-Machined Billet Aluminum
      • Hard Anodized, Black Finish
      • Simple, Screw-On Installation
      • Sold Individually
      • Fits 1997-2022 Ford F-150 Models

      Description

      Five Inch Antenna. Reinforce your F-150’s rugged appeal by installing a RedRock 4x4 Short Billet Black Antenna. This Antenna replaces your massive and unattractive factory antenna with a much sleeker one that is only 5-inches in length. Ideal for off-road driven vehicles, this Short Style Antenna won't get snagged by low branches or overgrown brush.

      Excellent AM/FM Radio Reception. If you live in an area with a strong radio reception, there's no difference in the quality of the radio reception. If you are in an area with a poor radio signal, the radio reception may be affected.

      Quality Build and Finish. RedRock 4x4 manufactures their Short 5-inch Antenna from CNC-machined, high-grade billet aluminum for enduring strength. The Antenna is then completed in a hard anodized black finish that is both scratch and weather resistant.

      Easy Installation. Modding your vehicle's appearance doesn't get any easier than this. Simply unscrew and remove your old factory antenna and screw the new Short Antenna in its place, that's it. Installation can be completed in under five minutes with just basic hand tools. Various size threaded adapters are included.

      Application. This RedRock 4x4 Short Billet Black Antenna; 5-Inch is designed to fit 1997-2022 Ford F-150 models.

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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      • (1) Antenna
      • (1) 1/4-20 Male Adapter
      • (1) 10-24 Male Adapter
      • (2) M5x0.8 Male Adapter
      • (1) M7x1.0 Female Adapter
      • (2) Spacers
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