I have the dreaded C.B. coax question. So hear it goes. First off I'm not new to this but I'm not a HAM by any means. Some of this technical stuff I'm still in the learning phase. Anyway here goes I am using an MFJ antenna analyzer to work on my mobile CB. All testing was done on 27.205 Mhz. I have a 102" whip with a spring for an antenna. I am using LMR400 coax. I and running a linear in my setup also. I made two 1/4 wave jumpers and tuned them to "0" or less resonance. I put one jumper from the radio to the linear and the second from the linear to the antenna. With everything installed my antenna analyzer reads R-43, X-4, SWR 1.2. From trying different random jumpers I have seen different wattage out put from my linear. I'm looking for what is correct. I'm happy with the SWR of 1.2 but I would like to see the "R" closer to 50 and the "X" closer to 0 on 27.205 Mhz with everything hooked up. Now my question is, is running two 1/4 wave jumpers OK for my system or should it be two 1/2 wave jumpers or does it really make a difference? Am I just nit picking or can it be better than it is? Thanks for the input.