Scanstrut SC18 Mast Mount - Small

Scanstrut SC18 Mast Mount - Small
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Mast Mounts

Still the first choice for boat owners the world over, Scanstrut Mast Mounts are the ultimate solution for mounting radars on yachts masts.

Raising the antenna clear of any obstructions or interference, the mast mount is a classic and reliable installation.

  • Easy and quick to install with all fastenings supplied
  • Attached to mast by four swivel feet matching the profile of any mast
  • 12 point fixing using highest quality Monel rivets for a secure installation
  • Nylon washers for all fastenings to protect paint finish
  • Waterproof cable grommet included to seal cable entry into mast

  • Marine grade 6082 aluminum
  • Polyester powder coated for a durable and gloss white finish

Kit includes
  • 1 x Mast Mount
  • 4 x Swivel mounting feet
  • 1 x Complete fastening pack

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