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You wanted simple mounting solutions for your antennas, and we responded with a big 10-4! With the Rago Fabrication Antenna Mount, you get the best of both worlds with our sleek yet rugged stainless steel design. Designed to fit your vehicle flush to create a non intrusive mount for your antenna that you will be proud to show off. Easy install, long lasting, and a no rust guarantee, you will be nothing but pleased with this product!
The antenna mount is CAD designed and tested by Rago Fabrication. Each mount is CNC cut and bent from 1/8" cold roll Stainless Steel then powder coated black for durability.
You must have at least an 1/8" gap in the mounting area you want to use the mount. There is a variation in vehicle gap sizes. This mount will work for most vehicles but will NOT work for every vehicle. Measure your vehicles gap size prior to ordering. There will be a restocking fee charged on returned orders.
These mounts are great. I have yet to install them but all my buddies out here in AZ run these mounts. They are tough and awesome. Made for CB/Ham Antenna's is a great option. Although any "REAL" off road person knows...its lights before lockers....DUHHH So yeah - new whipps are going on these bad boys. #catchmeifyoucan #gofastdontdie.
I was looking for a mount for whips for the sand dunes and thought these would work. With a 6’ whip attached (rules in the dunes is visibility at 9’) the mount really flexes a lot and it is only going to bend the bed rails, the mount itself will bend and then interfere with opening/closing the tailgate. If the piece that the antenna mounts on had a square or 45 angled piece welded in that corner it would help tremendously. Now I have a driver and passenger side for sale. I am barely moving the whip with my finger in the video. I would not dare go for a drive like that
I’ve looked and searched for an easy Toyota antenna mount and Rago fabrication was the answer. Thank god! Easy to install, great aesthetics, and affordable!
Just mounted on tundra, needed to drill out the hole for my NMO antenna cable… either I need new drill bits ( 5 used including two step bits) or the material used for the bracket is amazing!