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    I did a search but came up with nothing. If i missed something please send me in the right direction.

    Im wanting to attatch my garmin GPS to my 05 katana.
    I have some ideas as to where and how to mount it but I was wondering if anyone has one on there bike or has any ideas on a sturdy, safe way to mount it?

    It measures about 3 3/4inches in length
    1/2 inch wide
    2 3/4 high

    Thanks.

  • #2
    tank mount bracket
    http://cgi.ebay.ca/Suzuki-SV1000-SV6...1%7C240%3A1318
    Last edited by rexazz2; 04-06-2009, 03:40 PM.
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    • #3
      check into a ram-mount....google search.
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      • #4
        you tired of not knowing where you are already
        Wait until we do a run to Wasaga beach , half the time I don't know where we are!! LMAO
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        • #5
          Thats exactly the problem! It would be nice to know how to get home Just incase and I want it to go up to the cottage this year..

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          • #6
            I have my garmin nuvi 350 mounted with a RAM mount. DO a search and it will get you the right mount to securely mount your unit to the bike. I then got a three outlet cigarette lighter and mounted it to the battery for the power. It works GREAT and I've been up to 100+ and no issues. Thinking about getting a seperate Nuvi now for my truck and just leave the one under my bike seat for the bike.
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            [FONT=Georgia]Gonna miss you guys and gals, be safe!!

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            • #7
              If you don't won't the mount, they have tank bags that support gps

              http://www.ironpony.com/ironponydire...EET%20PRODUCTS
              [FONT=Georgia]Gonna miss you guys and gals, be safe!!

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              • #8
                or you could be cheap like me and just zip tie the original bracket that came with the gps to an area you feel comfortable with. zip ties are cheap and can always be cut when you need to move the thing
                "If you aint first, you're last"

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                • #9
                  Its spring all the birds are flying North so you shouldn't need a GPS this time of year!

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Catcha23 View Post
                    I have my garmin nuvi 350 mounted with a RAM mount. DO a search and it will get you the right mount to securely mount your unit to the bike. I then got a three outlet cigarette lighter and mounted it to the battery for the power. It works GREAT and I've been up to 100+ and no issues. Thinking about getting a seperate Nuvi now for my truck and just leave the one under my bike seat for the bike.
                    Cool GPS and mount! I was looking at a GPS system a couple months back, but didn't want to pony up for one unless I could be sure it would stand up to riding conditions. Is yours strictly a "fair weather" GPS, or is it weather-proof? I googled it, but there's no information on that site about using it outdoors.

                    One I looked at (and still like) is spendier than I like, but is supposed to be designed for motorcycle conditions and is bundled with a blue-tooth headset so you can hear the directions as you're riding: http://www.tomtom.com/products/categ...D=1&Language=8
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                    • #11
                      A lot of times we'll just take duct tape and make a roll and...


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                      • #12
                        The Garmin Zumo comes with a RAM mount, which is what's on mine.
                        -Steve


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