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Recent reviews for this item:
Bill, January 19, 2012 I had an older Garmin StreetPilot with broken mount, the
type that's built into the back of the GPS. Repair or
replacement by Garmin would have been prohibitively
expensive. The excellent on-line description of this RAM
mount helped me figure out that this would solve my problem.
By just gluing the RAM ball into the socket in the back of
the Garmin, I was able to mount the unit again.
The RAM unit is better than the original Garmin mount. It's
adjustable for height as well as angle because of the ball
joints at both ends of the arm. It also brings the GPS a
little closer to the driver than with the original mount.
The modular design of the RAM mount means it can be used
with a different device in the future. Only the ball,
currently glued into the GPS, will need to be replaced.
Since it's attached to the rest of the mount with screws, it
can be removed and replaced very easily.
Brian, May 21, 2010 This is a very solid window mount. The rubber locks on to
the windshied and stays put, which is what you want. You
can also make angle adjustments, so it's versatile to
almost any vehicle. The only complaint, and it's a
significant one, is that the "Ball" doesn't lock the GPS
in place. Rattle over a pot hole, or some rail road
tracks and your Garmin is likely to fall from the