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Channel Master 1805

5-foot galvanized antenna mast

Item # 6591805

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Item # 6591805

Temporarily out of stock

Expected: 12/2/2019

$19.99

About the Channel Master 1805

Professional installers and do-it-yourselfers alike appreciate the quality and durability of Channel Master antenna mounting hardware. This galvanized 5-foot mast is a great option for both indoor mounts (like in an attic) and outdoor setups (like on a roof, wall, or chimney).

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What's in the box:

  • 5' Galvanized steel antenna mast
  • DANGER sticker (attached)

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Features

Overview: The Channel Master 1805 is a 5' long tapered antenna "Super Mast." It is made of heavy-duty 18-gauge galvanized steel.

Tapered End: The mast is tapered on one end so that it will fit inside the end of another mast. The diameter of the mast is 1-1/4" and tapers to just under 1-1/8" for the last 4-1/2" of the mast's length. The untapered end has a crimp about 4" from the end and a 5/16" hole to accommodate a set screw . The tapered end has a 1/4" gap that allows the crimp of another mast slide inside the gap. This prevents the masts from twisting.

Warning Sticker: The mast has a yellow warning sticker that reads in English and French:

DANGER
Watch for Wires

You can be KILLED if this product comes near electric power lines.
READ INSTRUCTIONS

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Customer Q&A

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Crutchfield asked: Why did you buy this?
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Antenna mount [ Ronald  Aug 17, 2019 ]
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Having recently started streaming tv, I needed an antenna to receive local channels. Larry suggested this antenna after I provided him with information about my location and topography. The product and company also received good reviews! Thanks, Roger B. [ Roger  Sep 17, 2017 ]
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Researched product thoroughly and contacted Crutchfield customer support via live chat. [ Wayne  Sep 14, 2016 ]
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To replace an existing one we have on a Channel Master antenna - it is 24 years old, and rusting out. [ Bruce  Dec 29, 2015 ]

2 questions already asked

Q
How do you mount the mast to the roof ?
[ David  Apr 20, 2016 ]
2 answers
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We used brackets and attached to the railing on the widows walk
[ Robin  Apr 21, 2016 ]
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I installed an antenna tripod to support the mast
[ ANTHONY J  Apr 20, 2016 ]
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How much weight can this mast support?
[ Donald  May 09, 2015 ]
1 answer
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I have no idea how much weight is the max however the mask I have is 4 feet and works just great.
[ JAMES  May 10, 2015 ]

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