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Mike, April 17, 2013 This is a great idea as I have mounts all around my boat, however the #10x24-3" bolt that was supplied was not long enough to work in the side mount bases. Trying to find stainless longer than 3" in a #10 or less diameter, locally is a challenge. With the right bolt it works perfectly and seems very stable. Could even make tool-less with the right hex head bolt.
Tale, June 8, 2011 I was looking for a way to move the XM radio antenna farther
away from my Garmin GPS on my Kawasaki Concours because of
signal interference. For the location I most wanted it, in
the gap between the mirror and the windscreen, I didn't
really have any good options. But I did have an accessory
socket just inside the console which I almost never use.
Searches for mounts based on "cigarette" or "accessory
socket" weren't turning up anything, but in browsing the
full list of mounts I spotted this. Checked the dimensions
and it seemed like it would work -- and it does! I attach
an arm to it which connects to a RAM-B-347U AMPS Plate
screwed to the RAM-344U Satellite Radio Antenna Plate.
I'm a little surprised that the mount isn't advertised as
being suitable for that type of socket since it fits so
well. Easy to remove too if I actually do want to use the
socket, just take a Phillips head screwdriver and back it
out a few turns.
SuperVFR, April 27, 2011 I used this mount to install a GPS on my Honda VFR and CBR
motorcycles. It fits snugly in the hollow steering stem on
these bikes. Since it is a composite mount, it has a bit of
flex once the GPS is mounted. Considering the vibration of
a motorcycle this might be a good thing. Simple and does
the job for the GPS. For a video camera on a bike, might
not be steady enough.
FISH HARD, March 21, 2011 Got this to mount my video camera on my kayak in one of the
rod holder mounts. Works great, secure and easy to install