|Item Weight||9.6 ounces|
|Product Dimensions||6 x 6 x 3 inches|
|Item model number||SS-204A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
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FireStik SS-204A Adjustable Stainless Steel Vertical Door jamb Mount
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SS-204A Adjustable stainless steel vertical door jamb mount
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This is a clever design with enough flexibility to be used in many vehicles. I installed it in the rear raised door of a Suburban. It neatly nests the antenna out of the way of the door, close to the body, and the available adjustment is exactly what you need to compensate for the door jam not being strictly vertical. For that, I cannot fault it.
However, I gave it three stars because it is insufficiently robust, and I want people to see this, in case they are mounting substantial antennas. I use a Hustler mobile antenna with the full size foldover mast and resonators. That's something more than a FireStik, a tall antenna that will get involved with more overhead obstructions than many. I know. It was made for and by FireStik, but it's such an attractive and apparently unique product that I feel people will buy it for larger antennas. The metal is rather soft. Wack a tree, and it will bend before many antennas will.
I will use it, adding a spring, until I can fabricate something more solid. If you want it for a small mobile antenna, by all means go for it. It may be unfair to give it three stars. You should also understand that your impression from the photo is that it is larger than in real life. I believe I can work with heavier angles and feel better about my mount.
I'm giving it back all five stars. (I had given it three.) I've had it on for a while now, and it's taken some hits and hasn't deformed. I added a quality spring (heavy, like the old ball mounts), because i should never be a contest between antenna mast and mount to see which one will give. I've had obstructions put enough pressure on the system, and the spring bent far over, which the mount didn't bend at all. I guess that's all I can ask. If you have a rigid antenna, use a spring. The Hustler spring is old-time quality and holds the mast stead at highway speed but gives when forced by an obstruction. That should always save the mount.