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Mr. Ron 8 May 2005 07:54

mount for Garmin 60?
Hello. I've just purchased a Garmin 60cs and intend to mount it to my R100GS. Was wondering if there is a durable off-road mount made for this type of gps unit? also, this unit has an internal memory instead of memoy cards. Considering this, is heavy viberation a problem? Does this gps have an actual hard-drive that could skip under off-road circumstances?


MCP 9 May 2005 10:49

They may have something here that would work.


Mr. Ron 9 May 2005 12:29

Thanx! I've looked at these, but i question it's durability off-road. I've discovered touratech has a very large variety of mounts, including locking ones. Has anyone out there tried the locking mount for the 60cs?

Gipper 9 May 2005 15:48

The Ram mount is very tough - use the meatal arms available and combine it with a Touratech cradle at the end and they work great - I have the non locking (Garmin 60cs) version on a Ram mount which I can swop between my Land Rover and KTM - for security on the bike, you can substitue the large wing nut on the Ram arm for an allen bolt and wind it up nice and tight.

We used GPS Central in Calgary for all of these bits - very helpful - and good prices.

jamieT 9 May 2005 20:59

Touratech mount ( lockable ) has done me fabulously for over 5000 k on road and 6000+ km off road, including several spills. Recommend it.


superspy 9 May 2005 21:34

I use touratech mount in my KTM (a LOT of vibrations) with the 60CS and have no problem!
I recommend it.
Use it always with out the battaries on motorcycle!

Then G-60 has not any HD inside!

Mr. Ron 10 May 2005 08:30

Thank you very much everyone. I'll place my order sometime this week.

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