When you are in the Baja as much as Neal Technologies, you know that having great communications means having a great antenna. Mounting that antenna has always been a choice between a temporary magnetic base mount or the dreaded drilling a large hole in the top of your truck. We knew that there had to be a better way and not only did we find it, we patented it too!The Third Brake Light Antenna Mount is simple to install and can be done with a minimal amount of tools. Of course we provide installation instructions (see link above) to make installation as easy as possible.New Aluminum body that won’t hold a magnetic mount antenna? Don’t want to drill a hole in your roof? Bullet Proof Diesel has created a patented solution – a Third Brake Light Antenna Mount. Simple to install and can be done with a minimal amount of tools. This clever design attaches a hole mount coax to the back of your truck, for a polished, custom look.
When you’re off-roading in the Baja, communication is key. The high-mount location of our third brake light antenna mount gives each antenna maximum effectiveness. The BulletProof mount includes 15 feet of coaxial cable to run inside the cab with plenty of slack. A weather-tight seal on the mounting flange gives a tight seal, preventing dust and water from getting into the cab.We offer a full range of antenna mounts on Toyota Tundra, Dodge/Ram, Chevy, Ford Raptor, Ford F-150 and Super Duty applications. If you have any questions about models or installation, give us a call! We’re happy to explain how our patented third brake light antenna mounts work. Shop with Bullet Proof Diesel and upgrade today.
If you’re in need of mounting an auxiliary antenna on your Powerstroke, the options are limited. Sure, you could get one of those magnetic or suction cup mounts then drape the cable through your door … read moreDisclaimer: Links on this page pointing to Amazon, eBay and other sites may include affiliate code. If you click them and make a purchase, we may earn a small commission.Fitment verification applies to year, make and engine only. Individual details such as model, trim packages, build dates, and other factory options can change fitment and must be verified by customer.California Residents: CARB WARNING: OffroadAlliance.com will not ship any products that are not CARB approved to California. This only affects CARB related products such that affect car performance and emissions where CARB approval is required.
The hole for the antenna is setup for a 3/8″ mount (Which is what our thin cable uses). We have left room to drill it larger if you are using a larger antenna mount base.If you dont have one of these part numbers on the back of your tail light the mount may still fit, we havent tested every possible light. However, if you order and it doesnt fit please let us know so we can update the product info here!This is the Standard non-motorized Stealth Mount. If you have a low garage at home, or live in an apartment and have to enter a low parking structure, you can unscrew the antenna and store it behind your back seat when not in use. The antenna unscrews just as easy as your FM radio antenna, no tools necessary! For Desert racers, Fire Departments, Police, and Commercial use, we have come up with the 3rd Brake Light antenna mount. We manufacturer and distribute two versions of this mount. A Motorized version and a non-motorized. Special attention was paid to making the mount the best sealing and strongest on the market. The mount is made of 1/8″ US steel and uses its own fasteners instead of just relying on the tail light screws to hold it in. From 2015 and up the F150, and from 2017 and up the Raptor has an all aluminum body. making antenna mounting challenging. Add to that the new “whole roof” sunroof, and you have absolute no where to mount a antenna for a VHF, UHF, or ham radio.