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Scanstrut 8' Complete Modular Pole System

Scanstrut 8' Complete Modular Pole System
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Universal - For 2kW and 4kW Radomes except Raymarine

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Now an established favourite, our SC100 modular pole system has been improved further. Still offering complete versatility, these radar mounts will fit any boat in any position, offering a perfect installation that fits your requirements exactly.

The innovative adjustable base unit rotates 360° and hinges from vertical to horizontal, allowing installation in any position including sloping decks, narrow steps and even steeply angled transoms.

With options available for all 2kW and 4kW radomes and a quick hassle free installation process (approx 1 hour), the modular pole system is now fitted as standard by Moody Yachts amongst others.

Featuring a new unique powder coated aluminium extrusion, the new cable management system features a cable groove and slide on cover for hassle free routing of cables, even with larger plugs attached.

No more drilling into the pole and risking the integrity of the paint finish.

Simple, hassle free and innovative.

The modular pole radar mounts offer easy maintenance and removal for winter storage or racing purposes and with accessories for installing a combination of GPS, VHF, Navtex and all round white lights on the same installation, the pole creates a neat space saving solution for installing multiple antennas.
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Scanstrut 8' Complete Modular Pole System SC104 SCANSTRUT RADAR POLE MOUNT 8' KIT FOR GARMIN OR FURUNO
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