Wide Flat CB Antenna Mount
- This heavy-duty universal mount attaches to any flat surface using bolts or screws
- Recommended for any size antenna
- Mount comes with a PL-259 compatible stud
The stainless steel Wide Flat Mount from Firestik is heavy-duty and universal. This mount attaches to any flat surface using four bolts or screws -- placement is only limited by your imagination! Additionally, the mounting tab is large enough to accomodate a dome mount, such as the Firestik DM4A, to create an even sturdier base for beefier antennas. Recommended for any size antenna and comes with a PL-259 compatible antenna stud.
|Model / SKU:||Firestik SSF4A|
|Recommended for:||Mounting a CB antenna to a flat surface. Drilling required.|
|All fiberglass and center-load antennas that use a standard 3/8" x 24 threaded base.|
|This mount can be attached to any flat surface. It has four holes for either screws or bolts to fasten the mount to the vehicle. We recommend that you first mark where you intend to drill the holes using the mount as a template. Then you can drill the holes and attach the mount.|
|Flat Surface (Roof, Bumper)|
|Product Includes:||Wide flat mount, PL-259 compatible antenna stud |
Antenna and coax sold separately
Firestik CB Antenna Mount: If you're looking for a heavy-duty stainless steel flat mount, look no further! These mounts offer numerous mounting options. The stainless steel bracket is 2" (51mm) wide, 5" (127mm) long and 0.100" (2.5mm) thick. Mount has four mounting holes and enough stainless steel hardware to fill each one.The stud mount hole has a full 1" setback in case you want to replace the stud with a dome mount. If you can find a flat spot on your vehicle that will sit still long enough for you to drill a couple of holes in it, you'll end up with a great antenna mount.
Screw-on coax attachment
Stainless steel construction
Just behind left front bed post hole that have tie down hooks in them, I mounted this flat bracket with a Wilson 1000 CB antenna. Had to use a 3/4'' hole saw to cut the hole bigger for Wilson antenna, if you screw the bracket down on a piece of 2''x 4'' wood you can use the wood for a pilot hole to keep the hole saw centered to cut the new bracket hole size. Very easy to mount, I used four self-tapping screws straight down on top of the bed rail. Bracket hangs inside bed perfectly and with a little 4'' piece of split loom tubing on the coax cable showing keeps UV damage from coax. This Bracket works very well for this kind of application and looks pretty good, Thanks to Right Channel Radios.
Worked out well used it with the heavy duty spring and a 4' fire stick
Great bunch of people
Ordered for my 1993 Jeep YJ. Shipping was really fast, especially with what’s going on right now. Parts are high quality, heavy duty stainless. Hardware was quality stainless. I wanted my antenna on the front &ender, close to the cowl so I had to modify it. I needed to cut off part of the mount, removing the inner two bolt holes. Used a cutoff wheel after measuring twice, leaving the outer two mounting holes. Drilled down through the top of the fender and through the inner fender. Bolts were perfect length and everything mounted up very solidly. Coax and ground wire ran through the gap at the back of the hood for a clean looking install. Great part for many Jeep front fender mounting options.
Great mount !!!!!