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Davis Windex AV Antenna Mount Wind Vane

Davis Windex AV Antenna Mount Wind Vane

Description

The Davis Windex AV Antenna Mount Wind Vane rides on low-fricition Teflon bearings.

Features

  • Windex AV installs onto most whip antennas
  • Combine two installations into one to reduce masthead clutter, weight, and windage aloft
  • Whip diameter less than 1/8"
List Price
$41.99
Your Price
$36.45
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Details

Windex wind vanes continue to offer exceptional performance at the best value of any wind indicator worldwide. The secret is in the sapphire jewel suspension bearing, large fin-low inertia vane, and easy-to-read, fully adjustable tacking tab system.

What's Included:
  • (1) 15" vane
  • (1) Reflective tacking arms
  • (1) Hardware
  • (1) Instructions
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Davis Windex AV Antenna Mount Wind Vane 3160 Windex AV antenna mount wind vane
$36.45
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