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KVH TV1 & M1 Mounting Bracket

KVH TV1 & M1 Mounting Bracket

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The KVH TV1 & M1 Mounting Bracket is used with a standard threaded steel mount to secure an antenna to the mount.

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$95.07
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M1 Mounting Bracket, you can mount the antenna with any standard stainless antenna mount available from your local marine equipment supplier! Use this bracket with a standard threaded steel mount (1"-14 threads) to make the TracVision M1 a drop-in replacement for a Shakespeare SeaWatch or Glomex off-air antenna. Just thread the mounting nut and mounting bracket onto the antenna mount, then screw the antenna to the mounting bracket - that's all there is to it!

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KVH TV1 & M1 Mounting Bracket 72-0409 TV1 and M1 mounting bracket
$95.07
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