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Reviews Categories | Antennas: HF Mobile & Accessories | MFJ-336T Goliath Tri-Mag Mount Help


Reviews Summary for MFJ-336T Goliath Tri-Mag Mount
MFJ-336T Goliath Tri-Mag Mount Reviews: 14 Average rating: 3.4/5 MSRP: $29.95
Description: The MFJ-336T Goliath Tri-Magnet Mount has three super strong 5-inch magnets bolted to 1/4 inch triangular mount. It has 17 feet of coax cable. CAUTION: Once it's on, it's difficult to get it back off! The MFJ-336T has a 3/8" connector.
Product is in production.
More info: http://www.mfjenterprises.com/products.php?prodid=MFJ-336T
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W5LXG Rating: 2/5 Sep 26, 2006 15:56 Send this review to a friend
2.0/5  Time owned: more than 12 months
Appears similar to other 3 mag.mounts, only cheaper. Arrives and is Hell for stout. Easy to pinch fingers if careless. But like most MFJ stuff, it is horrible inside.Coax is smaller than normal, 1 small gauge center conductor. Braid is wimpy and wispy,like baby hair. Get this, the center conductor is wrapped around a nut inside the non weatherproof hub. The flimsy braid is fanned out, at least PART, and trapped under a washer. Shameful. Change to Belden cable and add solder lugs. Fill the hub with weatherproof sealer
Only thing good is the magnets and the bracket.
 
KE6VG Rating: 5/5 Nov 24, 2005 08:13 Send this review to a friend
Still working  Time owned: more than 12 months
If you're going to rate something you should at least buy it first. And use your call so people can email you with questions. I have 7'+ Iron Horse hamsticks on top of my Chevy Silverado with this magmount. This combination is 1-2 S-units stronger than my ATAS100 mounted at the back of my truck rail. Not one problem at all. It holds up to 80mph no problem and even stays when the antennas smack on low tree branches. (cough, cough even though the max speed limit in California is 70) If you go to the Tarheel website you will see several photos of this mount being used with the little Tarheel on top of trucks. After two years it still looks good and works good.
 
RANGERMAN68 Rating: 2/5 Jan 7, 2005 16:30 Send this review to a friend
Not Good  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
I called them at MFJ and asked if it would hold a 102" steel whip on my mobile at 55 mph....It won't even hold it good enough at 40mph....It makes the recieve and transmit break up....They might be good for a 2ft-4ft antenna but surely no 7-8ft....
 
KE6VG Rating: 5/5 Apr 22, 2003 21:52 Send this review to a friend
Bargain!  Time owned: 0 to 3 months
I ordered it directly from MFJ. Shipping was $10.00 - The price was great the quality is great. The triangle mount keeps the magnets from twisting like some of the other tri-mag mounts. Higher quality 3/8" Acorn mount, not just a stud mount for the antenna. And, stainless steel bolts are holding the magnets on. I think they got one right on this one.
 
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