Review: Under the Tire Mounts (UTM) for Antennas (Products)

Under the tire mounts (UTMs), originally designed to mount flagpoles, can be used as an antenna mounting option for larger antennas. This mounting solution would not be permanent (unless you do not plan to be mobile)- you will need to remove and replace the antenna before and after travel.

Many manufacturers produce under the tire (flagpole) mounts - and most are sold for standard flagpole widths. Just make sure you check your antenna's specs and dimensions before purchase - or have a solution for remedying any size inconsistencies between the mount and the antenna.

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Pros:

  • Easy set-up/tear down
  • Non-permanent solution
  • Allows for multiple areas of installation

Cons:

  • Non-permanent solution
  • Must remember to mount prior to leveling if using your rig as the stabilizer

Purchasing Options

Amazon

FlagPoleBuddy.com

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An antenna mounting solution using your tires.

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