How do I install my Ronin Factory antenna?

Check out the various models below, pick the one that suits your vehicle and follow the instructions.  Please note, the orientation of the Ronin logo will vary and is not meant to show in any specific way, simply screw it in to your desired orientation and enjoy!

If you own a Chevy or GMC (Bullet Antenna Only):

  1. Remove the factory antenna off your vehicle.
  2. Clean the area, removing any dirt or residue to ensure the compound adhesive can properly adhere.
  3. Two female threaded adapters were included in your Chevy or GMC Bullet Antenna package. Test the two threaded adapters on your truck’s antenna mount, and select the adapter that fits your vehicle (only one will fit).  Screw the fitted adapter onto your vehicle.
  4. Install your Bullet Antenna directly onto the adapter.

If you own a Ford or Dodge:

  1. Remove your current antenna.
  2. Clean the area, removing any dirt or residue to ensure the compound adhesive can properly adhere.
  3. Two threaded studs were included in your Ford/Dodge antenna.  Compare the two threaded studs to your factory antenna threads, and select the stud that matches.
  4. Install the red end of the stud fully into the antenna, and the yellow end installs into your truck mount.

If you own a Jeep, please use the following instructions:

  1. Remove the factory antenna off your vehicle.
  2. Clean the area, removing any dirt or residue to ensure the compound adhesive can properly adhere.
  3. Some Jeep models have adapters installed underneath the factory antenna.  Ensure this is removed.
  4. Screw in your new antenna

Please also check this page out for additional info if your Jeep's antenna mount has a male stud remaining once the original antenna is removed. 

If you own a Nissan, Toyota, or Ford Focus (or are installing a short antenna on a Chevy or GMC): 

  1. Remove the factory antenna off your vehicle.
  2. Clean the area, removing any dirt or residue to ensure the compound adhesive can properly adhere.
  3. Screw in your new antenna.
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