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Justin: The RedRock 4x4 Bullet Style Antenna that we have here will be a great option for the 2007 to 2018 JK owners who might be looking to ditch that tall, goofy factory antenna in favor of something that's going to dramatically clean up the look using a high-quality CNC Billet Aluminum piece that does mimic the looks of a 50-caliber round. Now, this 5-star rated product is gonna run you right around 20 to 30 bucks, while the install is easy enough for a toddler, and we will have more of that install to come later in the video.All right, guys, so as you probably know, that factory antenna is good for picking up just about every radio station in your state but that's pretty much where it ends, right? It looks goofy, I think it's way too tall for the JK, and can easily get damaged or bent if you go on tight trails, maybe get snagged on a tree limb, or go through the occasional automatic car wash. Now, the RedRock option here on the other hand, at least according to our customer reviews, guys, is still solid enough to maintain decent radio reception on most of your terrestrial radio stations. But most importantly, it's gonna make a huge improvement in regards to your appearance.Now, full disclosure, guys, I do have a shorty billet antenna on my personal truck, and for the very small amount of time I do spend listening to terrestrial radio, sports talk radio, whatever, I haven't really noticed a huge drop off in performance. Now, again, keep in mind, I'm near a big city, so therefore, those station signals are pretty strong. So if you live out in the sticks a little bit, well then you might notice a more or bigger drop-off in performance.Now, ultimately, the best bet here, guys, read up on some customer reviews if you haven't done so already. It's always a great way to hear from actual owners who went ahead and installed something like this, and they can tell you, "Hey, my radio reception is fine, ah, it kind of stinks, somewhere in between," whatever the case, check them out first and while you're there, check out the customer-submitted images so you can get a better idea of what this looks like after it's been installed.As far as your construction is concerned, guys, we're gonna be looking at a high-quality CNC billet aluminum build, finished off in a satin black powder coat, and, most importantly, shaped like that 50 caliber round, which certainly separates this from some of your standard, shorty billet antennas in the category. Now, if this thing is maybe a little too aggressive for you, well, you can check out some of our other options back on the site if you'd wish.Now, as far as dimensions are concerned, well, about 5 inches in length here, guys, and it does ship with a number of different thread pitch adapters so allowing this to fit your Jeep, your JK, whatever you've got at home.Now, as far as your installation is concerned, well again, very simple stuff, one out of three wrenches on the difficulty meter, a few minutes of your time from start to finish. Now, you might need a wrench to loosen up that stocker first, but after that, you're just simply gonna grab the correct thread adapter, screw it into place, and you should be good to go. But to give you a better idea of just how this one will go down, here's an XT customer to walk you through it.Man: The antenna is about a 6-inch antenna, it's pretty sturdy, which is very nice. It has several adapters that are male-to-male screws. You can tell when you look into this here that the screw hold is a female, and you'll find when you take the other antenna off, I think that's what you're gonna run into. Make sure you get the right fit for it. So, we're gonna walk out here to my Jeep and remove the old antenna.This antenna works just fine but I want to see if I can get a lower profile and I think that thing would fit pretty well with it. The closest radio station where I live out here is about 40 miles away, so it comes in pretty clear. I haven't got any issues with this, this is just more for aesthetics. The size of this screw here around this metal is a 3/8, just take a couple of seconds to get that off. We'll just loosen it up and figure that should get everything out. You can tell that that's the male adapter on that part of the antenna, it should be a pretty easy mount. So looking at this antenna, you can tell that that's the male end, so what you wanna do is find one that fits on one of these adapters. Let's say it's this one here. You can tell the circumferences are the same. We're gonna take our new antenna, and then this here is 10 millimeters, but you can tighten down on this antenna. You can tell you don't have anywhere here to grab, so it's just gonna be a hand-tightened.Once that's done, we'll install on the... The profile of that bolt in there is too low that you won't be able to access it, so it's just gonna be hand-tightened on there, but it fits pretty good. It's very low profile that you're not gonna run into any brush or trees, that you have any issues with that. I think that looks pretty sharp.Justin: So if the factory antenna on your JK just isn't cutting it anymore and maybe standard shorty antennas don't have enough attitude for you, well, then you'll wanna check out the bullet style option from RedRock 4x4 right there at extremeterrain.com.
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