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Mopar CB Antenna Mount Kit w/ Coax Cable (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK)

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    Features, Video & Details

    • Mounts to Factory Spare Tire Carrier
    • Crafted From High Strength Aluminum
    • Includes 18 Ft. Coax Cable
    • Easy Installation
    • Hardware & Stud Included
    • For all 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK Models

    Review & Installation Video

    Review & Install Video

    The Mopar CB Antenna Mount Kit with Coax Cable is for anyone with the 2007 to 2018 JK that are looking for a clean way to mount a CB antenna right back here behind your spare tire and also want a kit that comes with a wire so you can plug it right in your CB radio, tune the antenna, and be ready to rock and roll. This is going to be a one out of three wrenches for the installation. Very, very simple to get it installed. Of course, powering your CB radio is a different story, but for this kit here, very easy and we'll show you how to get it done in just a second. So, a CB radio comes in really handy when you're on the trail. You can communicate from one Jeep to the other. Of course, there are some other options out there. I know race radios are becoming more and more popular, but CB radio is the traditional radio for communicating on the trail or hey, you can even have a little bit of fun with it on the road. If you are looking to mount a CB radio in your Jeep, you're going to need to have an antenna and there are gonna be a few choices for antenna mounts. Some are going to go around the tail light area on past generations, but for a JK right behind the spare tire here is going to be really popular location, keeps the antenna out of the way and you have all of these bolts that you can use to bolt up the bracket, making it very, very simple for the install. Not only that, but you also have a grommet here from the factory that allows you to pass the wire from the antenna to the inside of the Jeep very simply. And again, we're gonna show you how to do that during the installation. Now, in general, anything that comes out of a Mopar box is gonna be a little bit pricier than something that doesn't. So, if it doesn't have to say Mopar on it, if it doesn't have to be by Mopar, you can probably save a little bit of money and go with one of the other options on the market. However, if you like to have everything the same, everything the same brand, this is gonna be a really nice choice for you. And at only right around $55, I don't think this is that overpriced. You're getting an aluminum bracket, you are getting not only the connector here for the antenna but also the wire that's gonna plug right into the back of your radio. So, it is a very all-inclusive kit and I don't think that's too bad of a price. So, like we said, this is gonna be very easy to get it installed on your Jeep, one out of three wrenches. Let's show you how to do it. For this installation, we used a 13-millimeter socket, a three-eighths extension driven by our three-eighths electric impact. We also used a pair of needle nose pliers and a trim removal tool. The first step in this very easy one out of three wrench installation is to remove two bolts from the factory tire carrier. The tire carrier is not gonna go anywhere, there are a bunch of other bolts holding into place. And these bolts are not going to be used in the installation of our antenna mount, but you can save them, set them aside somewhere in case you ever do remove the antenna mount, that way you still have the factory hardware to put back in. So, remove those two bolts, then we'll move on to the next step. Now, we can get our antenna bracket bolted up and we're gonna be using the hardware that comes in our kit. So, we have one of the new longer bolts, we'll slide a lock washer over that, then the flat washer over that. We can put all of that through the first hole in our bracket. Then we have a plastic step washer to go on the backside of that. From there we can go ahead and get everything started and then torque it down. Do the same thing with our other bolt. Lock washer, flat washer and make sure that plastic washer gets put behind. And we'll get that started into the tailgate as well. Now, before we torque these down, this the lower bolt hole is slotted a little bit, so that'll allow for some adjustment because we do wanna make sure that this is flat with the ground so that our antenna is vertical. So, while we're tightening these down, we're gonna check and make sure that everything is sitting exactly how we like it. The last step in the install is getting the wire through the tailgate and into the interior of the Jeep where the radio is going to be. And this grommet is a great way to do that. We're gonna remove the grommet completely, but most of you are gonna either put a slit in it with a utility knife or maybe drill a hole in it with a drill bit. Either way, you can pass the wire right through that grommet and that'll keep this hole nice and weather tight for you with the wire still being able to pass through. So, the first step is going to be unspooling our wire here, getting it straightened out a little bit. That way it'll make it just a little bit easier for us to fish. Then we'll pull the grommet and get into the inside of the Jeep. At this point, we're ready to open the tailgate, pop off the plastic trim on the inside so we can get to the other side of where this grommet hole is going to get us and pass our wire through. We're just gonna use a trim removal tool to pop this piece of plastic covering off of the inside of the tailgate. Our next step is to pass the wire through the grommet hole on the other side of the tailgate and it's gonna come out through this hole right here that we exposed by removing the plastic trim piece on the inside of the tailgate. Now, this can be done in a variety of different ways. Probably one of the easier ways is to pass a metal coat hanger or a piece of wire from the upper hole to the lower hole because it's always easier to fish down. And once you have that coat hanger or wire sticking from one hole to the other, you can simply tape on your antenna wire and pull it through. We're gonna give it a go the way that the instructions tell you, which is to pass this wire up from the outside to the inside. And once we have it visible in this hole here, just reach in with a pair of needle nose pliers and pull it through. Once you have the end of the wire visible in the hole, you can grab it with a pair of needle nose pliers and pull it through. And then we'll pull all the rest of the slack through to the inside of the tailgate. Now, we can replace the plastic trim that goes on the inside of the tailgate. This already has a small cutout on this end where the factory wiring runs through. So, if we put our antenna wire right in line with that factory wiring, we can use the same hole. From there, you'll have a variety of different ways to get the wiring from the back of the Jeep to the front of the Jeep depending on where you have your CB radio mounted. You can go underneath your carpet, inside of your roll bar padding, you can really run any way that's convenient for you and that is going to depend on where your radio is mounted. So, if you are looking for a CB radio mount that comes with the wiring and has that Mopar name on it, this is gonna be a great option for you that you can find right here at extremeterrain.com.

    Simple Upgrade. Not all CB antennas on the market come with everything necessary to install them on your rig. This CB Mount Kit makes installing a CB antenna simple and easy when you find yourself with just a radio and antenna. It includes an antenna mounting bracket, coax cable, stud mount and the necessary adapter and hardware for installation. The entire kit is licensed by Mopar, a name you know and trust to provide quality components for reliable performance on and off road.

    Quality Construction. This Antenna Mount Kit features a spare tire antenna mount crafted from high strength aluminum for lightweight durability and corrosion resistance. Rubber bushings are included to prevent annoying rattling during off road travel and will help reduce friction with could cause premature wear at the mount.

    Easy Installation. This mount kit is designed to work with most aftermarket CB antenna options available and includes everything you'll need for installation. It comes with installation hardware, a 18' RG58 Coax Cable, a FME to PL259 Adapter and a 3/8" x 24 threaded stud mount to easily install your antenna of choice. This mount works directly with your Jeep's factory spare tire carrier for a simple installation that won't require drilling or extra modification.

    Application. This CB Antenna Mount Kit is designed for installation on 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK models equipped with a factory spare tire mount.

    Fitment: 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 Details

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    What's in the Box
    • (1) 18' Coax Cable
    • (1) FME to PL259 Adapter
    • (1) Threaded Stud Mount
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        Questions & Answers (6)

        5 Top Rated Questions

        Since this mount has the rubber bushings do I need to ground my antenna some other way or is the antenna grounded using this mount?

        • The Mopar CB Antenna Mount Kit will ground the antenna to the chassis via the mount.

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        Do u sell a mount for ham antennas. with uhf female to uhf female?

        • We do not sell and antenna mounts for HAM radios, but you mount a different antenna to this mount with some modification.

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        How much (in inches) does the antenna stick up above the spare tire?

        • The amount your antenna will stick past the spare tire will depend on the length of the antenna used, as well as the size of your spare tire.

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        Can you use this if you have a spare tire delete? Looks like it uses the same bolt holes. Thanks

        • You would be able to install the Mopar CB Antenna Mount Kit in conjunction with your spare tire delete.

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        Hi, I was wondering if this can be connected to the FM radio? Thanks!

        • The Mopar CB Antenna Mount Kit will mount a CB antenna, and would not be able to mount an FM antenna.

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          Customer Reviews (36) Write a Review

          Overall Rating 4.5

          out of 5 stars

          • Fit 4.485714 4.5
          • Bang For Your Buck 4.428571 4.4



          • 5/5

            July 16, 2019

            Nice product

            Easy install Ran the wiring through the rear door in alongside the passenger side door trim tucked out of the way not able to see.

            Benjamin

            Year: 2017Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            April 20, 2019

            Worth it!

            Mount is solid and the Coaxial perfectly long enough. Quality made and definitely worth the money.

            Terry

            Year: 2012Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (0)

          • 5/5

            April 03, 2019

            cobra 75wxst

            nice setup, easy to understand directions, east to install..

            pappybear

            Year: 2013Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            February 22, 2019

            Useful kit for CB installation

            If you want to install a CB radio in your jeep JK, this kit is for you. It makes installation fairly easy. To fish the antenna cable through the tailgate, you need a skinny wire, and the coaxial coupler, which couples the antenna cable to the standard CB coaxial connector, is just for you.

            MichaelW

            Year: 2017Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (3)

          • 5/5

            November 08, 2018

            Breaker,Breaker 19

            works great easy install took around 20 minutes to install both thumbs up for this product thanks exteme

            StewartH

            Year: 2012Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (4)

          • 3/5

            October 11, 2018

            Jeep Antenna Mount

            Overall I gave this 3 stars. Honestly I think $55 is over priced. $30 range might be fair. After I mounted it and placed the tire back on I was not able to screw the antenna in because the rear of the tire obstructed the threads. I modified it by buying a piece of 1 1/2" wide aluminum and cut it 2 1/4" long. I drilled (2) 3/8" holes in it. I put a stainless steel bolt and lock nut through the steel and antenna mount and the second hole I mounted the coax cable. It now sits closer to the rear door and the stock tire does not hit the antenna anymore.

            DavidB

            Year: 2018Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 2/5

            August 24, 2018

            expensive and not durable

            First of all the mounting bracket bent almost immediately with one little test wiggle of the 4 ft fire stick. The lock washers immediately broke. You should go with a steel bracket over this cheap aluminum one. No problems with the cable.

            KeatonH

            Year: 2008Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (5)

          • 5/5

            July 03, 2018

            Nice mount, easy install

            This is a great mount and it is convenient that it is packaged with a Coax cable perfectly sized to reach under the glovebox. It is an easy install, but I highly recommend doing an SWR calibration with it. I couldn’t get an acceptable reading on my JKU until I installed a ground strap between the tailgate and the body. This will be the case for any tailgate antenna mount because the hinges don’t provide a good ground....not reflective of this particular product at all.

            ChrisH

            Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (6)

          • 5/5

            June 27, 2018

            This is the right part.

            This is the right part for my jeep has enough coaxial cable mounts quick fast and in a hurry. Works great.

            StevenM

            Year: 2007Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 5/5

            June 23, 2018

            All you need is a radio and antenna

            Everything you need to get on the air except a radio and an antenna. Added a 3’ Firestik. Easy install and the cable length was just right for my ‘16 JK.

            ScottC

            Year: 2016Submodel: Wrangler

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          • 1/5

            June 22, 2018

            not good

            I spent more time looking for a adapter to plg in the cble ended up being the worst thing ive bought yet and I spend a lot with ET

            BeauM

            Year: 2010Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (5)

          • 5/5

            May 08, 2018

            CB mount for JK

            Went in very fast no problems I watched extreme terrain YouTube for info it helped a lot I installed under carpet then behind glovebox

            RogerM

            Year: 2014Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (6)

          • 5/5

            March 30, 2018

            Excellent Mount

            Easy to install and is very solid. Makes good ground connection. I am well satisfied with this purchase.

            PhilipJ

            Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (6)

          • 5/5

            March 10, 2018

            CB Antena

            Very easy to install and works great, but if you have big tires antena will rub the tire all the time and sometime it become annoying when opening the rear "door" but the mounting kit do it's job.

            CarlosM

            Year: 2017Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (6)

          • 4/5

            February 23, 2018

            Worked for me

            The hardest part I had was hiding the wiring and getting through the door. Over all was perfect.

            DerekH

            Year: 2010Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (7)

          • 2/5

            January 17, 2018

            Mopar CB Antenna Mount Kit w/ Cable

            Mount fit well and looks good. Coax cable was fairly easy to install but could not get the antenna tuned (SWR 3 ). After a couple hours of checking, determined that the pin in the FME to PL259 Adapter was not making contact. Had to install new PL259 connector. Pretty disappointed with the quality control on the cable and the FME connection.

            GaryS

            Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (6)

          • 5/5

            December 08, 2017

            Very good

            I found this to be a easy install. Everything went as it should.

            BarryB

            Year: 2016Submodel: Rubicon

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          • 5/5

            December 02, 2017

            Molar CB Antenna Mount kit w/coax cable

            Love it easy to install and looks good. Took about 10 minutes .

            AlishaB

            Year: 2017Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (7)

          • 5/5

            October 17, 2017

            All you need

            Simple to install and straight forward instructions hides well

            DrewM

            Year: 2015Submodel: Wrangler

            Helpful (6)

          • 5/5

            September 08, 2017

            Mopar cb antenna mount

            The mount is well built everything they said it would be. I choose this over a aftermarket mount well worth the extra cost !

            VincentN

            Year: 2017Submodel: Rubicon

            Helpful (6)

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