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ProClip Console Mount Question

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Good Evening.
I just ordered the ProClip Console Mount and the holes are way too small to mount the Uniden Homepatrol, I thought it would just screw together? Any thoughts on this, see pictures.
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The pro clip devices are plastic and can easily be drilled. Just ordered a mount for a Sonata to mount a Kenwood TM V7a. Worked great.
 

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Pro clip makes a horizontal adapter plate. About 10 bucks, or you might be able to just reposition it a little to the right. Just be mindful of your passengers' space. It would help a little to know what vehicle this is mounted in.
 

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I have a 2011 Subaru outback. I haven't even installed the mount, it definitely won't fit. Ok I'll call proclip tomorrow and order the adapter plate.
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