Wilson Trucker 2000 CB Antenna
- Category: CB Antennas, Trucker CB Antennas
The Wilson Trucker 2000 CB antenna is a center coil design with a 5" or 10" shaft depending on your height needs. Each Trucker 2000 CB antenna comes with a 49" stainless steel whip that can be adjusted for a great SWR. The shafts on the Wilson 2000 are made from stainless steel for a long and durable lifetime and have a 3/8" x 24 threaded stud to be used on any common CB antenna mount. The center coil on the Wilson 2000 is made from high quality thermoplastic for better protection. The 10 gauge coil winding is silver plated for low loss and higher wattage handling. The Wilson Trucker 2000 can handle up to 3,500 watts of power and works on CB frequencies as well as 10 meter.
The Wilson 2000 Trucker antenna comes pre-assembled and includes a 49" whip. The whip installs on the 3 1/2" top shaft and tightens down with the included allen wrench. It can be installed on any common 3/8" x 24 threaded CB antenna mount.
What's In The Box
Wilson Trucker 2000 Antenna
49" Stainless Steel Whip
Wilson offers a 1 year limited warranty on the Trucker 2000 antenna. This does not cover damages caused by abuse, misuse, negligence (i.e. hitting overhead objects, improper installation) are considered to be avoidable circumstances. FTL Distributing offers a 2 year full warranty on the Wilson Trucker 2000 antenna. To obtain warranty information on your product just send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
The range of the Wilson Trucker 2000 antenna will vary greatly depending on surroundings, weather, etc. You can normally expect these ranges:
Wilson Trucker 2000 Antenna - 5-7 Miles
Sizes and Colors
The Wilson Trucker 2000 comes in 4 colors and 2 different shaft sizes. Colors include: black, clear with black trim, red and white. 5" and 10" shafts are available.
The Wilson Trucker 2000 antenna has an allen screw easy SWR tuning. If the SWR is greater on Channel 40 than on Channel 1, then you have an electrically long antenna and need to make it smaller by pushing the whip farther in. If the SWR is greater on Channel 1 than on Channel 40, then you have a electrically short antenna and need to pull the whip out or you can add a spring or quick disconnect to make it longer.
Wilson Trucker 2000 - 3,500 Watts