New JeepUniq mount for CB/HAM Mics (that use belt clips). 67 Design Carbon Fiber arm compatible!

December 16, 2017 1 min read

New JeepUniq mount for CB/HAM Mics (that use belt clips). 67 Design Carbon Fiber arm compatible!

New JeepUniq mount for CB/HAM Mics (that use belt clips). 67 Design Carbon Fiber arm compatible!

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Good product

Really good product. Glad I held off on all the other stuff out there. This is so much better.

works as advertised

took me a little while to figure it out but it works great!

Vertical Support Rails for Handhelds using Belt Clips

Great Product.

This an ingenious invention that meets my needs perfectly. Plus it does not require any permanent mounting holes in the Jeep.

3D printed product looks great but does not fit newer Baofeng radios.

The product looks great and installs very precise. I would give 5 starts if it had a slight taper to the back strap that holds the Boafeng belt clip and the ridged inserts don't fit the clip. The newer radios have a slight taper to them that does not quite fit in the holder. I spent a little time with some sand paper and some acetone to get the radio to fit and hold more securely. I'm not running the ridged insert.