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CAC1-COMBO FL Cascadia Antenna Mount w/ Firestik M164A Bracket a
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CAC1-COMBO FL Cascadia Antenna Mount w/ Firestik M164A Bracket a

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Item #: CAC1-COMBO
ID #: 2062
4/5 based on 2 Reviews
Your price: $ 44.95

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Last Modified: 02/24/2015

Now available! Finally an antenna mounting bar available for the Freightliner Cascadia semi truck. Wanting to get your high performance Predator 10k or Monkey Made antenna mounted? Been looking for a way to get your 2 meter antenna mounted? Have an XM or Sirius antenna that worked on your last truck but wont work on your Cascadia? These problems are now solved with the CAC1 mounting bar.

Included with the CAC1 are a 4 bolt antenna mounting bracket and stud, a pair of extended mounting bolts and standoff washers.

The CAC1 is designed to work on either side of the FL Cascadia. This allows for co-phase installations or just additional mounting options for a variety of antennas.

Tools Needed for Installation (radio in upper cubby)
The following tools are used when installing the cable through the door, to the radio mounted above the driver's head in the upper cubby. Depending on how your route the cable, and whether or not the radio is on the dash, some of these tools may not be required.
Torx Bits: T20, T25, T30, T40
Allen Bit: #6
Ratchet with 7/16" Socket
7/16 Open End Wrench
Metal Wire For Routing Coax
SWR Meter
Electrical Tape

CAC1-COMBO Reviews


CAC1-COMBO Review, Written By on Wed, Apr 30, 2014

I purchased this mount and mounted a Stryker antenna on it. After a bit over two years of use, this past Sunday I noticed the antenna was hanging out at an odd angle. I stopped, thinking that someone may have attempted to steal my antenna. Instead I discovered that the aluminum was fatigued right at the tab where the bolt hole goes thru it. The top tab was completely broken through, and the bottom tab was almost through also. If it had broken clear through at highway speed, I could have very easily lost an antenna that is well over 100.00, in value. This bracket is very nice for a Cascadia, but should be made out of a stronger material than aluminum, or at least reinforced around the bolt hole tabs where they mount to the door.

*IMPORTANT* Walcott CB does not suggest using a Stryker antenna with this mount. We commonly use the Predator 10K 22\" shaft antenna and Firestik FS5 without any breakage problems.

Pros: Good fit for the Cascadia which is notorious for having useless factory antenna and coax systems.



CAC1-COMBO Review, Written By on Fri, Dec 20, 2013

Jason - Walcott CB

We've installed a few hundred of these mounts and so far they've proven to be the best option for the Cascadia.

The bracket installs easilly using a torx bit to remove the stock bolts and an allen bit for the replacements.

Top loaded antennas like the Firestik FS5 or Predator 10K with the 17 or 22 inch shaft work best to avoid high SWR from reflection.

It's common to need to lean the antenna forward at around a 20 degree angle due to reflection.

Pros: The best solution for Freightliner Cascadia trucks and it works with any antenna.

Cons: Due to the placement being so low, reflection can occur requiring the antenna to be leaned forward.

What Customers are Saying...

Thanks for the help, I will let my fellow Jeepers and C.B.'ers know what great customer service you have! Mike
-- Michael M.
Thanks, Jason -- I appreciate it. By the way, I am enjoying purchasing my CB equipment through you guys -- you do a very good job. Have a great weekend, Mike Kubit
-- Mike K.
you folks have a very nice website!!!!!!!!!! we will be doing some business ,.................... many thanks BOBBY MORTON
Thanks for the help. I had a lot of questions because I built my headache rack with one of the major purposes being to mount my antenna on it. This rack was mostly designed and built at the same time, so I built, then redesigned, etc, to see what worked and what wouldn't. Today was a case in point. Thanks for helping me in my "designing" and ensuring I got what would work, saving me from some frustration later on.