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Lapel Mics/ Hang Up Clip

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Dec 25, 2012

I know I've seen this before so I wanted to ask around here, no luck on Wiscomm unless I'm searching for the wrong part.

On traditional mobile radio mics, they have the "disc" thing on them so you can hang them up on the hang-up clips you'd bolt to your dash or console or whatever. Now, on the XTS lapel mics they have that clip on the back that you can switch out for whatever you need. I know I've seen them being hung up on those mic hang-up clips, so I wanted to ask if anyone knew where to get the actual part that attaches to the lapel mic. The "Receivers" should be no big deal to find, virtually everyone has them. This is the same setup FDNY uses on their Jedi mics with the radio straps, if I remember correctly.

Can anyone help me identify the part?

Thanks in advance.


Feb 24, 2001
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I found a couple MOL part numbers for the lapel clip.

6405738V01 is the clip. Google that leads to a supplier which offers a replacement. This may point you in the right direction...
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