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brutus51
12-20-2017, 08:34 PM
Anyone using one of these? Currently running a K40 but I've heard these are better.
Question came up while while discussing an antenna that could be used both as a mobile and on a base station.

magnum12r
12-21-2017, 11:45 AM
I have an sr-a10 on my mobile company truck running a stryker sr-497hpc. Love this combo, let my buddy borrow the a10 to put it against his hustler and the a10 won hands down in terms of TX range and reception. I would recommend one.

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CigarSki
02-05-2018, 08:05 PM
I have the A10 magmount on my Subaru Outback with a Stryker SR-94HPC radio. Works well.

222DBFL
02-06-2018, 11:20 AM
The A10 mag mount is essentially the same as the Wilson 5000 mag mount. Just a rebranded antenna. I myself prefer the sirio performer 5000. Its a little taller. But both antennas work well if they are tuned correctly.

Woody
02-25-2018, 05:47 PM
I run the SR- A10 with a SR 94 HPC On My Pathfinder. Get great Reports from the Locals. Tuned flat out of the box.

222DBFL
02-26-2018, 03:00 PM
Not saying they are bad antennas. Just that they are a rebranded Wilson 5000 sold by most likely Barjan and had a Stryker sticker placed on them. Not bad antennas. Quality if itís like the new Wilson 5000 antennas is okay. Not like they used to make them. I have had very good luck with the sirio line of mobile and base antennas myself. The mobile I run a sirio performer 5000 and base the sirio vector 4000. Both antennas have yielded me contacts all over the world. Not that is saying much as when the conditions are good a wet noodle will get your name called! At any rate, glad you are enjoying the antenna. The radio is a good one as well from what I have heard. I will stick with my good ol optima mk3 for mobile use!!

Woody
02-26-2018, 05:06 PM
What I have read. They are not re branded Wilson 5000. I only know what I have read here. http://radiosguide.com/stryker-vs-wilson-cb-antenna-facts/. Is it true I do not know.

BOOTY MONSTER
02-26-2018, 07:30 PM
any time you have solder contacts or different metals in/on a antenna it increases the likelihood of shorts/corrosion in the future . i like the all aluminum external coil antennas with round coils and compression connections myself ...... but everything isn't for everybody . i and many other folks have talked local and skip on a lowly lil wil so either antenna mentioned should do pretty well ....... properly installed .