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    GPS Mount for K12GT

    Does anyone have any idea how to mount a Garmin V GPS on a K1200GT? Where can I get the mounts?

    Thanks!

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    Have bike, will travel lancew's Avatar
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    Peter,

    take a look at this thread in the GEAR section:

    http://www.bmwmoa.org/forum/showthre...=&threadid=192

    if that link doesn't work it's under "what electronic gadgets..."

    There are a few discussions, also look here:

    http://www.bmwmoa.org/forum/showthre...=&threadid=215

    Though the second one might be K12LT specific.

    DISCLAIMER: I don't use a GPS myself- I already know I'm lost and don't need some machine to tell me that.

    Good luck
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    Ask the same questeion - or do a search at

    www2.i-bmw.com. (be sure to use the www2)
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    All RAM stuff except for the V1 plate.


    And the sockets to power it all. No holes in the bike. Bracket is sandwiched to the dash support.

    Greg

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    KRS power sockets: very nice!

    Power sockets mounted on the dash support, nice touch.

    Mounting bracket is (nicely) home-made, or vendor supplied?

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    Originally posted by Greg


    All RAM stuff except for the V1 plate.


    And the sockets to power it all. No holes in the bike. Bracket is sandwiched to the dash support.

    Greg
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    Greg
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    Re: KRS power sockets: very nice!

    Originally posted by ljmattox
    Power sockets mounted on the dash support, nice touch.

    Mounting bracket is (nicely) home-made, or vendor supplied?
    Home brew. The bracket is sandwiched on the brace. The two screws pinch a plate below. Used the big hole in the brace to pass the screws through.

    Greg

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