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The Poison Spyder JK Antenna Mount provides a convenient, easily installed method for mounting a CB antenna on to the tailgate of Jeep JK's on which the stock spare tire carrier has been removed. This piece is made of CNC laser cut, precision brake-formed 1/8 inch steel and powder coated semi-gloss black. It is easily installed using the two upper-right corner OE spare tire carrier bolts. It may be used by itself or in conjunction with any of Poison Spyder's JK Tramp Stamp products and/or JK License Plate Mount. 1/2 inch mounting hole accepts standard CB Antenna stud mounts. This is the recommended solution for mounting an antenna on Jeeps equipped with our RockBrawler or RockBrawler II Rear Bumpers with Tire Carriers.
The PSC CB mount is a good product, just as all of their products are that I have. The only mistake I made was that this does not fit my 2014 OEM tire carrier setup. You need to take off the part that holds the tire or have a PSC setup to have the bracket sit flush.
With the JK Jeep there isn't very many places to externally mount auxiliary antennas . This bracket works out well to mount an HF screwdriver antenna. Make sure you have good grounding though.
Quality part, Fits perfectly, Looks great.
Poison Spyder Customs has a heritage in hardcore off-road accessories that started when founder Larry McRae was little. McrRae's daddy use to load him up in the Ford Bronco to explore the off-road trails of the southwest. McRae became a professional rock crawler who raced for Nelson & Nelson Racing in the early 2000s. McRae purchased PSC from the Slay family and kept the vision of developing and fabricating high end quality off-road accessories right in the Pomona, California headquarters . McCrae and his wife are members of the Inland Empire 4 Wheel Drive club. McCrae himself is a Past President and Mrs. McCrae is a past Treasurer. Every product produced by PSC starts as a prototype tested on real trails by members of the club. Shop Poison Spyder Customs Now