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Truck Antennas

Truck Antennas

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Truck antennas are one of the simplest upgrades that you can get, but they do make an impact in terms of functionality and aesthetics. Especially on older vehicle models, fixed OEM antennas tend to be long and cumbersome. They also sometimes get in the way when you bring your truck into the carwash or when pulling in and out of your garage. For off-roaders, a longer antenna is also a hassle if it gets tangled up on a tree or bush. What you need is an antenna with a lower profile that delivers the same, if not better, signal reception as the original. Here at AmericanTrucks, you have a wide array of antenna choices for your truck. Choose from an extremely compact bullet antenna or a shorter fixed antenna replacement. That said, if you want the rugged and aggressive look of a bullet antenna, you’ll have to compromise on signal reception because of the shorter profile. However, some of these bullet antennas come with a solid billet aluminum body that guarantees superior durability, compared to other models. On the other hand, go with a shorter, flexible fixed antenna if you plan on taking your truck to backcountry roads and trails to get boosted signal reception. This antenna is a great alternative to OEM antennas that tend to get bent during windy days on the trail. With its flexible body, the antenna won’t easily break during tough off-road conditions. Aside from truck antennas, you can also check out some radios speakers to get the most out of your boosted radio reception. These should let you enjoy your drive while listening to your favorite radio stations.