Mirror Mount + Direct Wire + Mini Add A Circuit - Beltronics Gt-7 on 2040-parts.com
Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
RadarMount.com has been creating innovative and cost-effective device mounting brackets since 2011. We are constantly improving our patented and trademarked designs, and manufacture most of our products at our facility in Las Vegas, Nevada.
RadarMount.com is part of The Package Group LLC, a Rapid Prototyping and Manufacturing Company based in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Mirror Mount + Direct Wire + Mini Add a Circuit - Beltronics GT-7
MirrorMount, Power Cord, Fuse Tap Bundle
Radar Experts Agree, Best Mounting Spot!
No More Troublesome Suction Cups
Installs in Minutes to Most Vehicles
Made in the USA. Detector not included
The Mirror Mount ™ bracket securely attaches your Beltronics GT-7 Radar Detector to your vehicle's rear view mirror, and fits nearly every vehicle. After a quick installation, your device is secured in place with our all metal bracket, where it's easily in view, and won't fall off your windscreen.
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