|Model / SKU:||Firestik SS204A|
|Recommended for:||Mounting to an inner door jamb. The vertical adjustment feature lets you mount the jamb on either side of the vehicle or to vehicles with non-vertical door jambs. Recommended for antennas up to 4' tall.|
|Compatible with:||All fiberglass and center-load antennas that use a standard 3/8" x 24 threaded base.|
|Installation Notes:||This mount attaches to the inner edge of the door jamb and contains four holes to secure it to the vehicle using screws or bolts. We recommend first marking where the holes will be drilled using the mount as a template. You can then drill the holes and attach the mount.|
|Mount Location:||Vertical Surface / Side Mount, Other|
|Stud Type:||PL-259 (Barrel)|
|Product Includes:||Door jamb mount
PL-259-compatible antenna stud
Antenna and coax sold separately
These Firestik mounts were specifically designed to enable antenna installation on vehicles where other mounts might not work. The primary goal was to offer a mount that could attach to the inner door jamb, such as the jamb found on the rear or side door of a cargo van. The mounting screws are on the inner edge of the jamb, eliminating visible holes in the vehicle. Like many other Firestik mounts, the versatility of these mounts go well beyond their targeted use. For antennas up to 4' tall.
Bracket parts and mounting hardware are made of stainless steel for years of trouble-free use. The bracket is 1.5" (38mm) wide and has a 2" (50mm) reach for mounting inside the door jamb. Overall, the mount is 4.2" (105mm) long. In order to compensate for the door jamb angles, the stud bracket will swivel a full 180 degrees, 90 in each direction. This feature lets you mount the antenna on the left or right side of the vehicle.
- Recommended for antennas up to 4'
- Screw-on coax attachment
- Stainless steel construction
- Standard 3/8" x 24 antenna base
- Two-year warranty
100%Review by KJ4EX
Makes antenna positioning easierReview by JBK
Very versatile & easy to install!Review by Gary P
(Written 5/13/2010) (Posted on December 6, 2011)