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Mounting Garmin GMR18HD to mast?

Looking into getting a Garmin GMR18HD radar to hookup to my GPSMap 3206 via Garmin network expander. Any recommendations on mounts for it? I was looking at backstay mounts for the ease of install until I realized how expensive they are! So instead I'm looking into the Scanstrut mast mount. Any comments on the radar and the mount? And ease of install? I can rent/borrow a rivet gun so that is not a problem. Thanks
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