Rhino-Rack Folding Aerial Bracket - 43196

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  • Rhino-Rack USA | Part Number: RHO43196
  • Fitment:Universal Fit
  • Availability:In Stock


The Rhino-Rack Folding Aerial Bracket is designed with versatility in mind offering 180 degrees of rotation for aerials, antennas, flags, small LEDs and spotlights. The bracket can be installed to roof racks and Pioneer systems and using a C-channel mount and direct attachment to most popular bull bar brands. The bracket also has the option of perpendicular or parallel mounting.

Made of robust fabricated steel for maximum durability and with large internal space for protecting cables and hardware. This product can make your life easier when transitioning from city to bush driving, quickly changing the height of your vehicle.

Customer Reviews

4.7 4.7
7 Customer ratings
5.0 Awesome, would buy again!

Great product, easy to use, very well made. Easy to mount!

from Texas |
5.0 Expensive but quality product. Go for it

I used a number of DIY solutions to mount my antenna which worked ok but I finally bit the bullet and bought this mount. I'm glad I did, it is a quality product that works well and can be mounted in a number of different ways. It is very convenient to be able to position the antenna at multiple different angles and have it secured in that fashion. It's a bit expensive for what it is but in the end I am glad I purchased it.

from Cali |
5.0 Cool design.

I’m Using it without having a Rhino-rack. Just bolting it to my roll bar. Beefy good design that would take too long to fabricate myself so well worth the cost and overall time savings.

from Bay Area, California |
4.0 Good solution for folding a Weboost antenna.

The quality of the part is good and solved my need to be able to fold down a Weboost antenna. My reason for four stars is that the mounting plate is too wide to be universally used and has to be cut or filed down to fit my rack type (and I suspect many others). Also, the folding mechanism could be improved to ideally just use the front arm to release and hold versus having a separate wing bolt on the back.

from NorCal |

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