Built to last forever
Every Stubby is made here in the US of A and is specifically designed for its particular application. They are machined out of 6061 billet aluminum and then powder coated with a black textured finish, so you know that a Stubby will never break, chip, or fade.
Reception is Key
Not only does the Stubby look great, it actually works great too. If you are curious about reception, our best advice is to read the reviews. You can see that some customers have definitely had problems getting good reception. I can assure you it is statistically uncommon though, and we always accept and pay for returns if you are not satisfied with your Stubby for any reason.
3 Variations Available
The Stubby antenna replacement comes in 3 styles, each one is tailor fit to it’s specific application. The Original Stubby ranges from about 3-4 inches, depending on the vehicle. The Stubby Jr’s are 2 inches tall to be sure to fit under your garage door. The Bullet Style Stubby is between 4.25 and 5.5 inches (.338 or .50 cal), again depending on the vehicle. They are also anodized, rather than powder coated. To see exactly what size your's will be, just select your model in the drop down menus above.
If you want something all your own, check out our customized antenna option. We don't really care what you want to say on your Stubby; put your forum handle, license plate, dog's name or whatever; as long as it is 10 characters or less.
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- Mercedes Benz Sprinter (2006-2017)
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The Stubby Antenna for Mercedes-Benz
Performs and clears the garage
Posted by lance on 11th Sep 2016
I was sceptical, as I'd read mixed reviews of The Stubby, but none that was specific to my M-B Sprinter. I gotta say - it works and looks good. I live very rural and in the mountains. It pulled in the NPR and local station same as before. Out on the highway, it also seems to be without appreciable loss.
I don't know if the M-B base system is just very good (it still got a distant FM station with the stock antenna unscrewed). So, I'd say the Stubby antenna seems about on-par with stock.
4 of 5 stars - I can't go along with the cheesy "stubby" logo - sorry guys but solid black or black on black is a cleaner look and classier.