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Arkon satellite radio mounts differ from other mounts based on the male T-slot notch that inserts directly into the back of the XM Roady and SkyFi cradles. Installation couldn't be any easier. The pedestal includes all the necessary adapters to work the receivers. The SR033 doesn't work well with the Sirius Audio Vox. Because the pedestal stands at 5 inches tall, it may not work with cup holders that are positioned directly under the dash.
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Works perfect in my PT Cruiser and can be very easily moved from car to car with out having to buy another power base for the radio. Very good quality and look.Published 5 days ago by Joker
I was looking for a way to mount a control head for a ham radio in a new car without drilling any holes. Read morePublished 7 months ago by TMA658
It did the job but would fall out of the cup holder when making turns. It still was better than others I have tried.Published 18 months ago by Daniel A. Carbonaro
Does exactly what it says it would do. Great value! Adjusts nicely to our size of cup holder. Hold radio securely.Published 22 months ago by Sandra Genduso
I needed a way to mount my radio in my SUV and this seemed to be the best way. It does what I wanted and although it places the radio in an awkward place, it keeps the radio out... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Richard Wilson
Does not fit in the holder, comes apart, is poorly put together and is a waste of money. other than that it is a great idea, just needs to be better quality and more durable. Read morePublished on September 22, 2012 by Michael C. Nicolia
I ordered this because I did not want the window mount or vent mount with the wires dangling. I really like this, it can easily swivel for the driver or passenger to operate or... Read morePublished on July 5, 2011 by S. Gardner
This is even better than I could have hoped for. It is very sturdy, looks great and has adjustments that make it very adaptable. Read morePublished on March 24, 2011 by William M. Whitton
I have been looking for a way to mount my satellite radio in my new SmartCar for months and have gone through several different ideas. Read morePublished on January 21, 2011 by jenvgrant