Scott Drake 4" Billet Antenna for all 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 and 2014 Mustangs.
Replace the boring factory antenna on your 2010-2014 Mustang with Scott Drake's sleek 4" Billet Antenna. Dress up the exterior of your S197 with this custom low-profile antenna that is only four inches tall.
Features and Benefits of the Scott Drake 4" Billet Antenna AR3Z-18813-BL:
- Made from premium billet aluminum
- Clear anodized finish
- Only four inches tall
- Made in the USA
- Gives your S197 a unique look
- Includes base and mount
- Simple installation
Machined from 6061-T6 billet aluminum in the USA, this upgraded antenna is only four inches tall so it won't take away from your pony's aggressive stance and style. The replacement piece features a shiny, clear coat finish. Scott Drake ensures you get all the necessary components to install this awesome antenna, including the base, mount and easy to follow instructions. Installation is a breeze and you won't need to make any modifications to your late-model pony.
*Be sure to add Scott Drake's T-67 Billet Antenna Tool (HW1509) to your order to help with installation.
Scott Drake has become an iconic brand that redefines quality for reproduction and aftermarket Mustang parts for 1964 to present Mustangs, and has become the standard for OEM quality Mustang parts that offer the best fit, durability and quality.
Order Scott Drake's AR3Z-18813-BL 4" Billet Antenna for your 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013 or 2014 Mustang from CJ Pony Parts today!
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We elected to go with the black billet antenna to match the graphics on our Gotta Have It Race car. Step one for installing the antenna is to simply unthread the factory mast. Place the mast aside. Now, you want to grab your removal tool so you can remove the base of the antenna. The removal tool has four prongs on it to match up with the four holes around the base. Wind it up and turn to remove. You want to remove the metal insert from the factory base as well as the rubber sleeve in the bottom, as both parts will be used on the new antenna.
Now, you install a rubber grommet onto your new billet base. Simply stretch into place. There's a little lip that will hold it on. There are two plastic alignment valves inside the billet antenna that line up with the two slots on the original antenna itself. Now, you want to reinstall a factory sleeve to make sure the antenna doesn't fall down under the quarter panel; you can use the new mast to hold it in place. Put a couple threads in, pull the antenna up, slide the insert down over it, and begin to thread it on. So we get a few threads. You can remove the mast. Get your insert tool that you used to remove it, and thread it in, thread it on.
Now, you want to get your billet base cover and the mast, place the base cover on top, put the mast through, begin to thread it so it gets tight, turn both from about a quarter turn, and the installation is finished. The only one special tool required. This installation is pretty straightforward. It should take you no more than about 10 to 15 minutes to install your antenna. You should see no adverse effect to your radio reception whatsoever and you'll be back on the road in no time.