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LightBar Antenna

Company: STI-CO Industries

December 01, 2002

STI-CO Industries has developed a new product that the company claims is the answer to the growing problem of where to place additional antennas on patrol cars. The new STI-CO VHF, UHF, and cellular antennas can be mounted on a lightbar without drilling additional holes in the car, saving installation costs and preserving resale value. Designed not to interfere with the lightbar components such as strobes and LEDs, the STI-CO Light Bar Antenna System can be moved from car to car simply by moving the lightbar.

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