#854187
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 2 reviews

Center Dash Mount

$34.99

#854187
Rated 5.0 out of 5
Based on 2 reviews

Center Dash Mount

$34.99

  • Provides the perfect mounting platform
  • Clips into the seams of the dashboard
  • Easily attach a device holder to the mount
  • Secure fit within easy reach from the driver's seat
  • No holes or damage to your dashboard

Not for models with a built in navigation system.

Description

This ProClip Vehicle Center Mount is a custom made car specific mount. The mount attaches to the center area of the car dashboard. It provides the perfect mounting platform for your device holder so you don't have to fumble around for your device anymore. The ProClip Center Mount is a very sturdy mounting bracket that clips tightly into the seams of the dashboard. No drilling holes or dismantling of the dashboard is required, simply clip on in seconds.

Device Holder NOT included, sold separately.

Comes with a pre-drilled hole pattern for device attachment (might not be shown in photo). This is a suggested placement pattern only. A device holder can easily be attached anywhere on the face plate.

Notice: Consider how the device, or horizontal position, will fit the location and could interfere with other vehicle functions.

California Prop 65 WARNING

Features

  • Provides the perfect mounting platform
  • Clips into the seams of the dashboard
  • Easily attach a device holder to the mount
  • Secure fit within easy reach from the driver's seat
  • No holes or damage to your dashboard

Compatibility

  • Hyundai Elantra 2007-2010
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How To Install


Easy to Install

Perfect Fit

Built to Last

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Reviewed by John M.
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Rated 5 out of 5

Secure mount, easy installation

This mount is firm with easy installation. I cannot fathom what force it would take to knock it free. My gap tool was a little dull, so I had a bit of trouble slipping the rear flange into the seam of the dashboard, but I eventually got it to go.

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