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Blendmount Radar Detector Mount For Valentine One,lamborghini,mirror Id-lam-001 on

US $75.00

Limington, Maine, United States

Limington, Maine, United States
Brand new, nothing missing, no wear. Do not have original packaging.
Alert Type:Audio/Visual Manufacturer Part Number:ID-LAM-001 Brand:BlendMount Radar Detector Mount for Valentine One Model:ID-LAM-001,Standard R Series

Mount Your Valentine One Radar Detector Without The SuctionCups !!!
Securely Attaches Your Radar Detector To The Stem Of Your Rear View Mirror.
Multiple Adjustments Allow For The Perfect Placement Of Your Radar Detector.
A High Quality Mount Constructed Of Durable, Lightweight, Black Anodized Aluminum.
Looks Factory-Installed !!!
This BlendMount Kit includes everything needed for a professional looking installation, including extra hardware, allen wrench

Material: 6061-T6 Aluminum
Color: Black Anodized
Weight: .25lbs

Mirror Requirement: Manual Dim with 1' long Cylindrical Stem Portion at Windshield with diameter 1.500"

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