Escort Passport & Beltronics Replacement Mount And (4) Suction Cups on 2040-parts.com
McCormick, South Carolina, United States
New windshield mount for Escort and Beltronics Radar Detectors.
Includes new windshield mount with a spare set of suction cups.
Fits all current models.
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