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    Show us your motorcycle mounting!

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    Default Heres my 2610 on my R1100RT


    My 2610 using the Garmin Motorcycle Mount mounted to a police style dash mount on a dash board.


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    Very nice... . Thanks for sharing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Borgie View Post
    Very nice... . Thanks for sharing
    Your welcome pare'

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    The Zumo mounted on the 1200 in Quirino


    same Zumo 450 mounted on the 650 in Zambales


    my PocketPC in an Otterbox with a BT GPS on the 450 stuck in a mudpit somewhere between Subic and Bataan


    one of my favorites, the 60CSx strapped to my neck in Catanduanes
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    Quote Originally Posted by teng View Post
    The Zumo mounted on the 1200 in Quirino

    same Zumo 450 mounted on the 650 in Zambales

    my PocketPC in an Otterbox with a BT GPS on the 450 stuck in a mudpit somewhere between Subic and Bataan

    one of my favorites, the 60CSx strapped to my neck in Catanduanes
    Nice machines! Ill have to meet up with you and we can ride GS's together when I get there. Maybe see you this winter in Baguio?
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    Quote Originally Posted by ironbuttpinoy View Post
    Nice machines! Ill have to meet up with you and we can ride GS's together when I get there. Maybe see you this winter in Baguio?
    Thanks.

    Baguio? That's the takeoff point my man...you and I will ride further up them beautiful mountains. See ya.

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    Default here's mine

    garmin oregon 200 on touratech locking mount.




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    hi guys like to ask are zumo series better on bikes specially when on rough terrain ? and what mounts are preffered ?
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    Quote Originally Posted by airwolf View Post
    hi guys like to ask are zumo series better on bikes specially when on rough terrain ? and what mounts are preffered ?
    The Ram Mounts that come with the Zumo has held up on light to moderate offroad terrain so far and it looks like it will be able to take extreme bashing. However the Zumo mount from TouraTech seems more solid.

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