PMA-167-M1

Seaview 16" Modular Mount AFT Raked 7 x 7 Base Plate - Top Plate Required

Seaview 16" Modular Mount AFT Raked 7 x 7 Base Plate - Top Plate Required
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PMA-167-M1

The 16" tall Seaview aft leaning mount is for Closed Dome Radars and small Satdomes (16" diameter or smaller). The oval hollow mast section allows for easy cable management. The small 7"x7" foot print design is a great solution for limited space. This modular mount is light bar compatible. Numerous accessories are also available for this mount such as wedges, hinges, spreaders, lightbars and floodlights. *Please note that a Top Plate is required (sold separately)*

Features
  • Seaview Modular top plate required
  • 20 degree leaning profile
  • Heavy duty cast aluminum
  • Pre-drilled base for quick installation
  • Water tight base gasket provided
  • Small footprint of 7"x 7"
  • Water tight Light or GPS bar option.
  • Flush mount plug provided if no light bar used

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Seaview 16" Modular Mount AFT Raked 7 x 7 Base Plate - Top Plate Required PMA-167-M1 SEAVIEW 16" MODULAR MOUNT AFT RAKED 7X7 BASE PLATE
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