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Winegard DS-2000 Universal 22-inch Tower Mount for Off-Air TV Antennas

Quick & Economical Mount, 1 In Diameter Mount Pipe, 2 U Bolts, Winegard Ds 2000 Universal 22 Inch Tower Mount

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What We Like

  • The 22" pipe has an E-coat finish for maximum weather protection
  • Quick and economical mount for adding compact off-air antennas to satellite system
  • Made of high-quality material that offers an extended durability


  • Not suitable for most antenna installations

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  • What buyers say about Winegard DS-2000 Universal 22-inch Tower Mount for Off-Air TV Antennas

    The ability to adjust the U-Bolts for mounting the weather station to the fence was one of the reasons I bought this.

    You will need to buy lags and bolts for mounting, since it doesn't come with them.

    Winegard assumes you're mounting it to a round pipe and only includes U-bolts because the mounting plate is flat, but I bought this to mount a weather station and it was the perfect choice.

    I was looking for a mount that would allow me to offset the mount of a new weather station onto an existing antenna mast.

    I have an Ambient Weather Station that is attached perfectly to my roof and it is very sturdy.

    Common Questions


    I was wondering how to put the TV antenna and the 1 1/2" tube together.


    I solved the problem by cutting a piece of 1" PVC and slipping it over the mounting stub, which was made snug by a couple of wraps of electrical tape.


    What is the total offset clearance from wall mount brackets to the vertical extension?


    I did some math and trimmed about 10" off the long end of the pipe to offset the 16" offset I needed to clear the overhang of the house with the bracket mounted on the wall.


    What is the rod's width, 1" or 1-1/2"?


    It's actually the size of 1 1/4" pipe, which is why it's called 1.66" OD.


    What is the diameter of the pole?


    The mounting pole for the antenna is 2" in diameter, which is roughly the same size as a satellite dish mounting pole.


    What is the size of the pipe? Several answers show it is 1", 1 1/2, 1 1/3' and 2 3/4". Does anyone own a ruler?


    It's 1 1/2 inches.

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