HOOD CHANNEL MOUNT STAINLESS STEEL TALL WITH 18' FIRE-RING COAX
- Designed for hood and trunk applications with channels up to 2" deep
- 18 ft (5.5m) of professional grade Fire-Flex coaxial cable ( Fire-ring )
- Standard 3/8"-24 thread
- Requires Soldering of PL259
- All Stainless Steel Construction
- PL-259 Connector has to be Soldered on and does not come set up
This kit is the perfect set-up for those wanting to mount an antenna without drilling holes in the exterior of their vehicle. You get a quality stainless steel mount and 18 ft (5.5m) of professional grade Fire-Flex coaxial cable (with our exclusive Fire-Ring connector) all in one package! And, if that isn't enough, you save money when you buy these parts in a kit form instead of buying individual components.
Note: As of early 2016, all PL-259's supplied with FireRing cables are non-booted versions.
The mount in this mini-kit is designed for hood and trunk applications. The stainless steel mount fastens to the inside channel of your hood or trunk. There are no visible mounting holes! See installation art. Includes four #12 x 1/2" Philips panhead stainless steel sheet metal screws (use a #20, 0.161" drill for the screw pilot holes) Mounting screws are hidden inside the hood or trunk channel. The bracket in the MK-174 kit is long enough to work on the deeper hood channels found on the Super-Duty Ford pickups. For detailed information on the SS-174 mount, click here.
Photo collages for visual installation assistance:
For PL259 installation, Click Here
For FireRing antenna stud installation, Click here
Mini-kits give you the freedom to create your own personalized antenna kit. Any of our standard 3/8"-24 threaded antennas or accessories will screw directly into the antenna stud. Pick any color Firestik, Firestik II, Firefly, Road Pal, Scanner, 2-meter or Mach-10 antenna up to 4' (1.2m) to complete your installation. Each mini-kit contains a FREE microphone hanger.
Limited Manufacturer Warranty - Coax Cable 1 year, SS Mount 2 Years
Firestik did a complete antenna and radio installation on a 1999 F350. The process was documented with text and pictures. If you would like to follow the process, click "F350 CB Installation".
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