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Stacked Rear Aerial Mount to suit Toyota Prado 150 / Lexus GX 460
Our Stacked Rear Aerial Mount provides a secure and discreet alternative to conventional aerial mounting locations.
- Great for those running no bulbar or a popular modern hoopless-style bullbar.
- Removes the aerial from your line of sight whilst driving, or for a passenger who likes to take photos out the window.
- Stacked mounting options provides flexibility in your setup – mount two aerials, or both an aerial and work/camp light.
- Designed to allow for factory rear wheel cover to be retained.
- Slotted mount allows for easy installation and modification of the aerial and cable.
- Precision laser cut and folded 4mm stainless steel, powder coated in a textured matt black finish that is hard-wearing and looks great. (Natural Stainless prototype in images no longer available).
- 1 x Stacked Rear Aerial Mount to suit Toyota Prado 150 / Lexus GX 460.
- All hardware required to install is included.
Australian Designed, Made and Owned.
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Super dooperBy: Jens on 26 August 2021Fantastic product, easy to install, looks great and adds something different to the look. Nice and strong. The only thing I would think that could add to it, would be some holes to be able to secure cable ties without needing the sticky pads for the cables and aerial. still 10 stars.
Better than the Bull BarBy: Luke on 23 August 2021The Rear Stacked Mount is great. It's strong and install is very easy. I attached a 3db Aerial on the lower mount which allows the top of the Aerial to peek up above my roof line by about 100mm which is perfect! The Aerial still gets a wobble going when on the ruff stuff but it is noticeably less violent than what I have seen with the Bull Bar treatment on Aerials. Something to note is that the rear door on the 120 is solid behind the spare wheel unlike the 150 which has bolts you can remove to run cabling through. So unless you have an unusually long coaxial cable so you can run back through the license plate box you will likely have to hold your tears back as you drill a hole in your door to get your access. The second mount will likely receive a light in future.