P6121

Pacific Aerials LongReach Pro Antennas

Pacific Aerials LongReach Pro Antennas

Description

The Pacific Aerials LongReach Pro Antennas must be used with LongReach Pro Series Mounts, which give the options of side, deck, or pipe mounting your antenna.

Features

  • Elegant Look And Excellent Performance Combine To Make An Industry Standard
  • Can Be Removed And Remounted On The Boat At The User's Convenience
  • Cable Is Hardwired To The Pro Series Mount, So The Antenna Can Be Removed Without Pulling Or Cutting The Cable
List Price
$55.55
Your Price
$41.46
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Pacific Aerials LongReach Pro Antennas P6121 LongReach Pro Antenna, 6dB, 5.9' VHF
$41.46
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Pacific Aerials LongReach Pro 6dB 8.2' VHF Antenna P6123 LongReach Pro Antenna, 6dB, 8.2' VHF
$47.25
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Pacific Aerials LongReach Pro 9dB 8.2' VHF Antenna P6122 LongReach Pro Antenna, 9dB, 8.2' VHF
$79.79
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Pacific Aerials LongReach Pro VHF 8.2' 9dB UltraGlass Colinear Antenna - Black P6124 LongReach Pro Antenna, 9dB, 8.2' VHF, Black
$82.00
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Pacific Aerials LongReach Pro Nylon VHF Heavy Duty Fold Down Mount P6151 LongReach Pro Nylon Heavy Duty Fold Down Mount, VHF
$35.19
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Pacific Aerials LongReach Pro VHF/Cellular 1" Pipe Mount P6166 LongReach Pro VHF/Cellular 1" Pipe Mount
$49.34
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Pacific Aerials LongReach Pro Stainless Steel Fold Down Mount P6159 Stainless Steel Fold Down Mount, For LongReach Pro Series VHF Antennas
$84.50
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