Everyday Low Price: $24.99
Gold Club Price: What's This? $22.49
J&P Part: 383-267
This product was proudly made in the USA
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workes like a charm
like the look
2 of the skulls I had to drill out cut finger doing so all the others were good and look great
looks and works good.
Installation is easy, looks so much nicer than stock whip antenna.
reception a little weak
Works like a Antenna should
I installed this antenna only for cosmetic reasons. I have installed a hidden antenna so the Rubber Duck isn't even going to be used. It does look good on my Tour Pak.
They work better than the longer ones. The only problem I have with them was being so pricey for something smaller. They are quality antennas.
After putting on antenna's they broke apart where they screwed onto the bike. The metal screw base stayed on the bike and the plastic screw part of the antenna broke into pieces. Not good.
Jury is still out on this. I am not sure if it is my imagination or if the antenna does not receive radio signals as well as the original. I like the way it looks and it seems to work OK so far.
Works good, right price.
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