25’ Telescoping Mast
CM 1830 Telescoping TV antenna mast
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Price: $99.00

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The 25’ Telescoping Mast is a 25.3-foot long, 18-gauge, galvanized steel telescoping mast used for TV antenna mounting.

What’s Included
  • 25’ Telescoping Mast
  • Hardware (guy rings, mast clamps, platform pins)
  • Installation Guide
Features
  • Comes collapsed to 9’, expands to 25.3’
  • 18-guage galvanized steel


Average Customer Review: 4.5 of 5 | Total Reviews: 5 Write a review.

  1 of 1 people found the following review helpful:
 
30' pole. January 29, 2014
Reviewer: anonymous from Walker, La.  
Easy to use.

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  2 of 2 people found the following review helpful:
 
30 foot Telescoping Steel Antenna Mast August 18, 2013
Reviewer: William Huebener from Marion, Iowa  
This antenna mast replaced my old push up mast that was starting to rust. I use it for holding my vhf/uhf vertical antenna. Had it up within 2 days after I received it. \nHad no problems getting it up quickly since had the necessary hardware and base already there.\n\nThanks for the great product, Bill in Iowa

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
As good as Rohn mast or any other. June 1, 2013
Reviewer: anonymous from Alliance, Nebraska  
I use it as an alternative to a small 30 foot tower.\nI have it bracketed to the eave of the house at about 10 foot high and the top of the mast is extended to about 25 feet high. The footing in simple a slightly larger diameter pipe about 12 inches long buried in gravel, with a little concrete poured around it. I needed a mast for 5 small antennas, which are, from the bottom up, PAR OA-144 omni-angle, PAR OA-50 omni-angle, PAR OA-144 omni-angle (in phase with the lower mounted one), end fed zep, and finally ant the top, a Diamond X-50 omni-directional for 2 meters and 70 cm use. \nWith 65-70 m.p.h. wind gusts, the antennas/mast hardly move.\nI've nested the masts within each other more than the recommended length because as I've learned, buy a longer mast than needed to be able to do that, it helps dramatically with the wind loading. I also modified the locking system by drilling my own holes and installing bolts through the holes where I want the mast length to be at. Very easy type of steel to work with. I totally removed the guy rings altogether. \nThanks, Ken W. - N2VHZ

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  4 of 4 people found the following review helpful:
 
Good Buy May 25, 2011
Reviewer: Robert Moyer from Thomaston, GA  
Self tapping screws/bolts should be added to lock mast sections permanently (if desired).  Enough room to add a weather station under the antenna rotor.  Cable ties should be included to tie cables to mast.

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  9 of 12 people found the following review helpful:
 
CM 1830 30' Telescoping Steel Mast April 15, 2011
Reviewer: Keith Bruecker from western Arizona  
I use this for a vertical 220mhz ham antenna. I was able to install it and raise it and guy it by myself in one afternoon.

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