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Recent reviews for this item:
HoggerJeff, April 30, 2012 This mount is simple, elegant and a breeze to install.
Everything you need to attach the mount to your bike is here
including a "c" clamp if you decide to place it on your left
side. It holds my 60csx at the perfect angle for viewing
(of course it does, as it's easily adjustable). The GPSr
attaches and removes quickly and easily as well. Great product.
Joe, October 11, 2011 I bought this mount to carry my GPSMAP 60 on my DR350 for
off road exploration. I ended up using the included U bolt
to mount it to the handlebar instead of the brake reservoir
because it conflicted with my mirror. The mounting was quick
and the pivoting system allowed me to put the GPS right
where I wanted it. I have ridden some pretty rough trails
with it and so far it has been bomber. I bought an extra
base so I could transfer it to my other Bike. Great system
and super fast shipping from Express Mounts. Would buy
Entryleader, June 7, 2011 Holds my Garmin GPS60 series handheld through any weather,
speed, or rough road. Mounted on a 2005 Triumph Tiger 955i
with stock 7/8 handlebars.
GPS City has awesome prices and ships hella fast!
joeclimber, April 14, 2011 Tried it on the brake and it sat way too high. Mounted on the
clutch side on bar. Solid and easier to push buttons with left
hand. No issue removing it once I figured out to release the
top first and then pull the bottom out of the mount.
Steady at 110k on my drz400