Glomex Antenna Mount Gxv9124 Marine Grade Staineless Steel Mount on 2040-parts.com
Torrance, California, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:V9124
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GLOMEX GXV9124 Marine Stainless steel mount
V9124– MASTHEAD MOUNT IN STAINLESS STEEL FOR VT300 AND V9125/12
Stainless steel masthead mount (diameter 25 mm/1″) for V9114, VT300 and V9125/12.
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