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lakevet

Mounting systems for handheld gps

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Okay guys & gals how do you mount your handheld gps to your boat, truck wheeler, etc? RAM, homemade, other? Any disaster stories?

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lakevet

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I run a garmin 12. In the rear of my boat I use the garmin mount, not too bad but needs improvement, in the really rough pounding stuff it can fall out. up front by my bowmount I have a ram mount, bulletproof unit, worth every penny in my book, unit is held securely, never had it come loose either. You can position it anyplace yo need to help avoid glare from the sun too... Good fishin! Paul

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Paul Rohweller
Pine to Prairie Guide Service
218-962-3387
http://fishingminnesota.com/pinetoprairie

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Like Derek said ram mount it I have a ball mounted in my truck one in the boat and one on the wheeler so I can move it anywhere also have the power cord to save on batteries

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Diddo on the RAM! I have a ball joint on my ATV, snowmobile and boat for all year use, and the mount attaches to the ball mount(s). The best money can buy!

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I picked up a couple of cell phone mounts on clearance ($1.99, were $29.95)from Radio Shack. The beauty of this mount is that it is rubber coated and utilizes a system that clamps the GPS (cell phone) in place. Pretty nice, helps keep me out of the Canadian waters

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Yep Yep...Why Dodge it when you can RAM it! grin.gif

Good Luck
Chev

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