MMH 20' Telescoping Antenna Mounting Pole in Carbon Black (20 Foot Mast)

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Part Number: MMH-POLE-FG2004-1


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Description:  Ladder/Suction Mounting Kit for Telescoping 20' Fiberglass Antenna Mast

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The team at has been working on developing this compact, strong and portable fiberglass and has been testing it out in the wild for quite a while with our friends at the Mobile Internet Resource Center as pictured above on their Winnebago Travato. This 20-foot, 4-section fiberglass telescoping pole is approximately 67" in length when collapsed and extends to 20 feet (241.73 inches) when fully extended. The mast features weather and corrosion-resistant hardware with aluminum or stainless fasters and the optional ladder and suction mounts are made of aluminum and also weather resistant making them ideal for mobile applications.

Key Features

  • 4 Section Fiberglass pole in Carbon Black
  • 67" Closed Length, 20FT Fully Extended
  • Stainless Weather Resistant Hardware
  • Adjustable Fulcrum Quick Release levers
  • Base Outer Diameter 1.81" (46mm)
  • Top Section Outer Diameter 1.40 (35.7mm)
  • Optional clamps & suction cups made with weather-resistant aluminum
  • Mast Supports up to 5lb antenna fully extended (weather and conditions permitting)


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20' Telescoping Antenna & clamps.... :)

Recently purchased a 20' collapsible carbon fiber along with a pair of the suction cup mounts, OMG... LIFE SAVER!!! The collapsible pole is confidently & securely held in place with the suction cup mounts and... the locking mechanism for the pole sections prevent the pole from with-drawing on their own (BTW - using a pole mounted Parsec Akita antenna, also purchased from MMH) LOVE the combination!!!

steven s.
United States United States

Mast and brackets

Love the brackets and being able to mount on ladder or side of the rig. Pole is well made and sturdy and the clips are very nice. Most poles just twist lock and not very secure. I am a little nervous using the Starlink pole adapter with the set screws. I don’t want to damage the fiberglass, so I want tighten to tight.

James H.
United States

Great option

I am currently using the MMH telescoping pole with suction mounts for the first time. Everything works perfectly. Really glad I tried this before permanently mounting the antenna on the RV.

Kevin J.
United States United States

Seems good, except ...

... the ladder clamps do not fit my ladder, which has 1.5-inch diameter tubing. It's a beefier ladder than you find on the average trailer, but it definitely would have been nice for the listing to say anything about tubing dimensions it accepts. I'm going to have to order specialty hardware from Amazon to piece together some kind of alternate solution.

United States United States

Sturdy Antenna Mast

The mast is very sturdy and secure for a Starlink antenna. However, the standard Starlink pole adapter is much larger than the top end inner pole and it has more space than I’d like. The other sections have clamps at the top so you can’t remove them and use shorter sections as far as I can tell.

Robert K.
United States United States