My last experience with Hustler was not good. However, this combination is giving excellent results so that is about the end of my experiments for a while. They are rather high, and it does mean a stop before entering parking garages, so I've added quick disconnects to each one. The versions using multiple masts can be installed when the vehicle is parked to increase efficiency of the mobile antenna system on 15,17 and 20 meters. Also I recommend picking up this spring. I've read through that site quite a bit actually. When using antenna resonators, the LDG tuner will fine tune the match to the transmitter and increase the useable bandwidth.
A couple of the guys locally have them inside. What if it falls and hits something, blah, blah, blah Either one will do the job. I am ruitinely informed that I have the best signal on the band while mobile. MFJ will repair or replace at our option your Ham-tenna no ma Here is a link to the eham reviews where Par has a 5 out of 5 with reviews.
Hustler HF Mobile Antennas Resonators
My wife gave me a set of them 35 years ago and they are still going strong. These are made of a black fiberglass lower sectionwith integral coil, adjustable and removable stainless steel whip. Further testing and actual use has caused me to re-write my previous review. In the past several months I have been logging many DX and stateside stations from the car while traveling around town and around the state of NH.
Description: Top 3' is stainless very flexible whip. The two multi-conductor radial wires are factory pre-cut A minor nuisance pressing the tune button while mobile, but the signal reports are well worth it! My first experience with this system goes back to , when I had a Swan C in the front of my 63 Chevy impala with me. It's not an occupation, just the place your in.