Antenna magnets and holders
One of the most famous scenes in the comedy "Job, or the last gray cell" by Konrad Niewolski is the one in which a motorcycle rider breaking the rules is stopped by a traffic police. He could have avoided the fine if he had driven lawfully and more responsibly. He could also equip his super-speed two-wheeler with a CB radio, and perhaps some helpful citizen driving in front of him would warn him about the nearby dryer patrol. Installing such a radio is simple, and we offer several different mounts for CB antennas.
Products from well-known manufacturers - Farun, Sirio
Antenna holders from well-known manufacturers (such as Farun . Sirio ) can be divided into several models. Depending on the physical properties, as well as the method and place of installation, we distinguish the following types of antenna holders:
- Trunk handle for antennas - mounted with hexagonal screws to the inside of the trunk lid,
- Antennas trough holder (possibility to set the antenna at any angle),
- Magnetic base for CB antennas with a typical threaded connector with a diameter of 145mm (the set also includes a rubber pad to avoid scratching the car body),
- Mounting bracket for CB antennas on a railing or a mirror (for trucks, vans and passenger cars),
- In addition, we also offer a chrome butterfly screw for attaching CB antennas.
How to mount the antenna?
Mounting the antenna can seem like a complicated affair. There are actually two proven ways to attach the antenna to our car - it can be done using a magnetic base (i.e. a movable, non-invasive element for the car body) or special antenna holders in the car body. The first method does not require drilling additional holes (the car will not lose its value with a possible sale), and the antenna itself can be easily removed at any time. On the other hand, permanent installation, using an antenna holder, requires more work, but the structure is more durable and there is no fear that it will fall off e.g. at highway speeds or sudden braking. The antenna is most often mounted on the roof or trunk lid of the vehicle.