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Asus RT-AC68U Wall mount bracket

by ldymanow Jul 5, 2016
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This fits the T-Mobile TM-AC1900 just fine!

For those (like me) who are concerned about removing antennas to access the back, the antenna connections allow you to rotate the chassis away from the wall a bit to make it easier to plug things in without everything falling out. Snap the bottom back in after cable work.

Before I found this, I was considering making my own (didn't know the T-mobile unit is basically a AC68U)... your design is much better than what mine would have been. Thanks!

Any chance you could post the source file? (ie: Fusion 360 file if that is what you used.)
I would like to tinker with your design. Thank you.

Is this file in cm or mm?

Can anyone confirm this fits the AC68P (AC1900P) from Best Buy?

Not perfectly BUT it is not too hard to make it work on the AC1900P from Best Buy which is what I have using this bracket. The slight mod is to make the two holes that go around the antenna bases slightly larger to fit the slightly diff antenna on that unit. It is only a few millimeters larger than RT-AC68U antenna bases so you'll need to use a round file or similar to evenly make the holes slightly larger so the AC1900P antenna bases fit.

EXCELLENT BRACKET! Tested and perfectly fits RT-AC68U, RT-AC1900 (T-mobile) and RT-AC86U and probably others. (Does NOT fit RT-N66U). It's also really nice that the two mounting holes are in vertical alignment, so you can mount it to a stud if desired, unlike the other designs on Thingiverse. Thank you for this.

will this work with the AC1900 they look about the same as design goes.

Yes, see above.

This is beautiful, anyone know if there is a version for the RT-AC86U floating around out there? Looks like a slight different scale.

Excellent work!

Yes, this fits the RT-AC86U perfectly.

Wow, this item fit my router like a glove. Absolutely great. Thank you so much for making it.

I just received this print. I got it for mounting a RT-AC68P which by all accounts is the same router just with some hardware/firmware updates so I assumed this would work for that router as well. The mount fits as it should, however the holes on top for the antenna are not large enough to allow the antenna to screw back onto the router. I don't know if this is an issue with the print/model, or if the antenna diameter changed from one version of the router to another (I'm assuming the latter). I will try to bore out the holes a little more or modify the model and get another print.

Did you end up getting it to fit the AC68P?

I'm just assuming this fits, but if so, this is far superior to the other Asus RT-AC68U mounts.