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Scanstrut LMB-F2 Self Leveling Radar Mount - Backstay (F) - f/ Sitex/Simrad Domes

Scanstrut LMB-F2 Self Leveling Radar Mount - Backstay (F) - f/ Sitex/Simrad Domes
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Self Levelling Radar Mount - Backstay - Fwd (F) Made specifically for Sitex & Simrad Domes

Our Self-Levelling Backstay Mount ensures your radar stays level with the horizon at all times for optimum antenna performance. As the boat heels or rolls, the radar is kept horizontal preventing target loss and giving the best possible radar picture.

Using our own fine-tuned hydraulic damping system, the radar mount reacts to major changes in heel angle of the boat whilst eliminating all small oscillations.

Features:

  • Hydraulic damping to eliminate minor oscillations
  • Sealed system - entirely maintenance free
  • Passive system - no power required
  • Lightweight head unit - reduced weight aloft
  • Stainless radome cradle with fine tune adjustment for backstay angle - suitable for any yacht
  • Nylon backstay bushing supplied - clamps around backstay allowing cable tension to be adjusted
    Dimensions:

    • 2.6m pole - supplied in lengths of 1.3m
    • Additional 0.6m and 1.3m lengths available

    Materials:

    • Finest quality machined and anodised aluminium pole and head unit - lasts the lifetime of your yacht
    • Marine grade 316 stainless steel cradle and base plate

    Kit includes

    • 1 x Levelling mount with integral backstay bushes (to fit 7, 8, 10 and 12mm diameter backstay cables)
    • 2 x 1.3m lengths of mounting pole
    • 1 x Joiner piece for mounting pole
    • 1 x Universal base for mounting pole
    • 1 x Complete fastening pack
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Scanstrut LMB-F2 Self Leveling Radar Mount - Backstay (F) - f/ Sitex/Simrad Domes LMB-F2 SCANSTRUT LMB-F2 F/ SITEX SIMRAD ET AL DOMES
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