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Question J Mount Location question

I'm wanting to mount a J Mount for an Eagle Aspen 2-bay on the corner of my girlfriend's house. Planning on using some wood screws/washers and want to get some opinions on whether or not this would be an acceptable location. It looks like 1/2" plywood. Is this enough to support the mount and antenna? Any advice appreciated!



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If you keep it on the rake (gable) board, it should be okay structurally. Keep it off that triangular shaped board.

Assuming that the location is actually suitable for the antenna in the first place....
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Was planning on the top screw's in the rake board and the bottom two in the triangular piece...or three in the rake board if it will fit.
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