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Re: RAM mount - above clocks
Reply #110 on: 26 Jul 21, 08:36:43
So got one of these mounts from Bob the other day for my bike. It’s interesting that they now seem to be made of plastic (poss 3D printed) instead of metal.

Out of interest how are people running the power cables to their mounts to keep the dash looking clean and not interfere with the screen adjustment?

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Re: RAM mount - above clocks
Reply #111 on: 27 Jul 21, 12:40:34
so you missed mine that's for sale in the for sale section then.

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Re: RAM mount - above clocks
Reply #112 on: 27 Jul 21, 07:41:05
Typically didn’t see it till mine had turned up already

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Re: RAM mount - above clocks
Reply #113 on: 27 Jul 21, 10:18:06
*Originally Posted by plainmad [+]
So got one of these mounts from Bob the other day for my bike. It’s interesting that they now seem to be made of plastic (poss 3D printed) instead of metal.

Out of interest how are people running the power cables to their mounts to keep the dash looking clean and not interfere with the screen adjustment?

I have mine cable tied to the bar and then fed down the screen arm


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Re: RAM mount - above clocks
Reply #114 on: 27 Jul 21, 10:22:34
Here’s from a slightly straighter angle


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Re: RAM mount - above clocks
Reply #115 on: 27 Jul 21, 01:22:26
Thank you. Just fitted mine and fed it down there with no issues. Was worried it was going to interfere with the mechanism for the screen.

Think I’m going to need to get a longer ram mount ram as the short one I’ve got means it blocks the dials when it’s in any position other than high

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Re: RAM mount - above clocks
Reply #116 on: 10 Oct 21, 11:48:26
Just got mine from Bob - he said he was giving me the Ninja mount as it has elevated improved clearance for adjustable screens. 3D Printed, although did have a 'this way up' label that wouldn't peel off easily grr!

He found a smaller ball mount for my specific dash cam which works fine, £47 delivered


 



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