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Roof Base Mount for Telescopic Antenna Mast EZ17A

Completely Assembled
Holds Masts up to 1-7/8"
Lag Bolt Hardware not included
Price: $8.06
Manufacturer Code: EZ 17A
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Easy Up EZ EZ 17A Roof Mount Bracket with Swivel Base for Antenna Mast Pole 1-7/8" OD
Made in the USA!Made in the USA!
Fits masts up to 1-7/8" tubing. 18 gauge foot with an 18 gauge tube. Often called peak mount. Zinc plated. This foot is smaller than our 19 series.

Accepts Mast Up To: 1.75 in
Tubing Size: 1.875 in
Weight: 1.2 lb

Note: We are so Happy to have This Universal Peak Ridge and Flat Roof Mount for Telescopic Push Up Antenna Masts for masts up to 2-5/8" Diameter (which is every Brand and Model we can think of) Of all the Models we've evaluated to date, this one is the Best. It starts with a 16 gauge shaped, rolled, seamed Tube stock that has a recessed channel for the inside set of retaining set screw nuts. All of the Hardware is Galvanized and is of a Heavy Duty Nature. The Hinges are also 16 gauge and Hardy Stuff. Matter of Fact, this Mount will be Harder than most Masts, you will probably want to procure a 6 inch section of Black Iron Pipe to place on the inside of the bottom section of the antenna Mast to keep it from Collapsing, as the Double Nut Set Screws do not give. The Bottom Main Assembly Bolt also doubles as the 3rd Hinge which facilitates swinging the Mast up or down from Vertical for Erection and Maintenance. As with all Masts, Guy wire support and Grounding are Critical to Antenna Survival.
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Choosing Roof Base Mounts for Telescopic Antenna Masts

Our roof mounts are made for quality by manufacturers with a history in the field of proven success and longevity.

Whether you are planning to install your antenna and mount to the roof peak, gable, vent pipe, chimney or pitch, plan your installation to minimize the structural and aesthetic impact to your house or building.

Height is the key in optimizing your ability to capture the best line-of-sight possible to your target. To get reception is to get above obstructions that exist between you and your target. As you increase your target distance, you increase the territory you must account for in maintaining line-of-sight. The roof of any building provides a logical platform of height in which line-of-sight is more likely to occur, or from which, more height can easily be obtained.

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