Shakespeare Stainless Steel Mast Mount f/TV VHF, WebWhip Antenna & SeaWatch

Shakespeare Stainless Steel Mast Mount f/TV VHF, WebWhip Antenna & SeaWatch
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Stainless Steel Mast Mount f/TV VHF, WebWhip Antenna & SeaWatch

The Shakespeare® 4366-R is an improved version of the 4366 mast mount.It features a stainless steel design with a standard 1"-14 thread to allow mastmounting of the Shakespeare SeaWatch® TV antennas 3019, 3015, 3004, theWebWhip®, and a host of other stainless steel whip antennas.

  • Made from Stainless Steel
  • Corrosion resistant, durable
  • Two installation options
  • Versatile mounting options- screw holes, banding slots
  • Two product mounting options (Hardware not included)
  • A 1"-14 threaded stud & 2 mounting holes support a variety of Shakespeare products such as the SeaWatch 3019, 3015, or 3004, the WebWhip, the 5215, and other SS whip antennas

  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 15-3/4" x 3-5/8" x 4-5/32" (400 x 92 x 106 mm)
  • Weight: 1.7lbs (0.8kg) Approximately
  • Mounting options: 6 x Screws, 2 x Banding Straps, or both (Up to 3/4" (19mm) banding straps and 1/4" (6.4mm) dia. holes)
  • Mast diameter: 3-5/8" (92mm) dia. or larger
  • RoHS Compliant: Yes
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