Chevy Silverado CB Antenna Hood Mount (2007-2010)



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Quick Overview

If you own a Chevy Silverado and are looking for a CB mount with that "factory install" look, this is the mount for you! It's designed to attach to the hood rail using existing bolts on the truck. No drilling required for a fast, easy installation! The mount's lug-style antenna stud is compatible with ring-style or terminal CB coax cable. Recommended for antennas up to 4' tall.

Chevy Silverado Hood Mount (2007-2010)

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Additional Information

Model / SKU: AUC11
Recommended for: Chevy Silverado trucks built between 2007 and 2010 with antennas up to 4' tall.
Compatible with: All fiberglass and center-load antennas that use a standard 3/8" x 24 threaded base. Lug coax requires a terminal or ring-style coax connection.
Installation Notes: This mount is installed on the driver side hood rail above the fender. Remove the existing bolt(s) in the fender area, slide the mount into position and then reattach the fender bolt through the CB mount.
Mount Location: Hood / Fender
Stud Type: Lug (Ring and Terminal)
Material Stainless Steel
Product Includes: Mount and lug-style stud
Antenna and coax sold separately


This mount is designed for full-sized Chevy/GMC trucks built between 2007 and 2010. This driver-side mount includes a lug-style antenna stud that's compatible with the Firestik FireRing or terminal end CB coax cable. The stainless steel construction is durable, rust-resistant and designed to support antennas up to 4' tall. Mount dimensions are 1 3/8" x 4 1/2" x 6 3/4".

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Customer Reviews


Review by Lenny
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Doesn't fit without modification. Had to bend it a little more and drill a hole, which is difficult due to the hood being there. Then I had to have a CB guy put the end on the cable because I couldn't find one with that type of fitting. The regular screw-on won't work, there isn't enough clearance for one. What a pain! (Posted on September 3, 2013)
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Review by Lenny
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This thing don't fit a 2010 Silverado without a little tweaking with an anvil and a hammer. You still have to drill a hole at an angle because of the hood. Then have small nimble fingers and a few extra bolts to get it done. Once in you better have a coax with the right end connection because a screw on type won't work. What a headache. I would never go through that again. Don't waste your time, go another route. (Posted on August 15, 2013)
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Fit like a glove

Review by Graytop
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It takes minimal effort to install and it fits like a glove. It makes installing an antenna much easier. (Posted on March 6, 2013)
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It doesn't fit where it's supposed to.

Review by Mike
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The mount is well constructed and has the correct bend in it, but there are structural pinches in the sheet metal on the fender that keeps it from sitting flush with the fender wall. I was able to modify the mount and put it closer to the windshield which also keeps it out of your line of vision.
(Posted on August 29, 2012)
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