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News   July 12, 2017   by Adam Malik

Antenna mounting plate needs no drilling

Lighting company Larson Electronics has announced a new antenna mounting plate for 2015 Ford F150 and 2017 Ford Superduty trucks.

The mounting plate (VMP-AM-F150-2015) allows for the installation of antennas onto the vehicles without drilling holes into the body of the truck, specially designed for mounting anything that requires an antenna – such as a CB radio.

The mounting plate, made of aluminum, is installed through the rear cab lights with a waterproof seal and rubber bump guards on the back plate to provide a seal and protect the body from damage during installation.

“Intentionally causing unnecessary damage to your vehicle is ridiculous and exactly why we have designed these mounting plates,” said Rob Bresnahan, CEO of Larson Electronics. “These aluminum antenna mounting plates have been designed to be placed behind your rear cab light. This creates a sturdy hold and eliminates the need to drill holes into the truck.”

Larson offers a selection of roof styles to match the design of specific trucks.

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