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Glomex Antenna Mount Gxv9124 Marine Grade Staineless Steel Mount on 2040-parts.com

US $35.99
Location:

Torrance, California, United States

Torrance, California, United States
Condition:New Brand:glomex Manufacturer Part Number:V9124 UPC:Does not apply

Product Description

GLOMEX  GXV9124 Marine Stainless steel mount

  • Non-Threaded

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.

SHIPPING

We are shipping worldwide using USPS Priority Mail.

US Shipping- Fedex and USPS.

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PAYMENT

We accept major credit cards (Discover, MasterCard, Visa, and American Express) and PayPal.

 

RETURNS

We accept returns within 30 days after you receive the item. All returned items must be in new and in original package. The buyer will pay return shipping fees. No refund will be made for damaged parts. Shipping and handling fees and insurance fee are not refundable. We will charge 20% restocking fee.

 

CONTACT

Sales Office: 424-263-5106

Technical Support: 310-864-3131


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