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Will XTS belt clip fit XPR radio?

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KG4INW

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The D-Clip connects to a holster not the radio itself.
Actually, that particular D-Clip does connect to the radio's battery in place of the belt clip.

As for the OP's question, I know the clips look different and am not sure whether or not that would work on an XPR but it might? I might be able to check at work but it depends on how busy I am. Hopefully someone else could confirm beforehand.
 

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It will work.

I have a D Clip that I used on our old HT1000's, then we went to HT1250's, and now use it on our XPR7550's with no problem. It will fit tightly to get it to "lock" in but it will work.
 
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HT1000 and XTS3000/5000 use a different size slot in the battery so it may not work
I'm using a xpr 7550

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after a little research I found out that yes the HT1000 AND 1250 are a match for the 3500 and 7550... Thanks just what I needed to know..

"This Motorola Mounting Bracket is placed directly onto the back of Radios. Fits Motorola CT250/ CT450/ HT1000/ HT750/ HT1250/ HT1550xls/ MTS2000/ MT2000/ XPR3300/ XPR3500."
 
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