RAM Mount GDS Dock Handlebar Mount

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Re: RAM Mount GDS Dock Handlebar Mount

Post by 2003Cobra » Sat Jan 11, 2020 12:02 pm

I also have the Tacfoam and have not had an issue. Mine came with the tether, just in case, but I have ridden over some pretty bumpy roads and the phone hasn't move at all. It is easy to take on and off even with the tether.

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Re: RAM Mount GDS Dock Handlebar Mount

Post by AZgl1800 » Sat Jan 11, 2020 5:04 pm

I still have the RAM X-Grip on the left handlebar clutch mount.
its' only purpose now, is a place to hang my helmet sock to dry out in between uses.

spreading the helmet sock out over the X-grip allows it to dry in the length of time, it takes to go inside, drain my radiator, grab a bite to munch on, and a soft drink for caffeine purposes.

My GPS is center mounted between the handlebar grips via RAM mount adapters.
the cellphone is never used any more while riding, it stays in my pocket so it can't get lost.

Since this thread started, my Note4 died a soft death, I replaced it with a Note8.
very satisfied, with it, much faster processor and it has never had a problem..
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Re: RAM Mount GDS Dock Handlebar Mount

Post by WingAdmin » Tue Jan 14, 2020 9:51 pm

Corkster52 wrote:
Sat Jan 11, 2020 11:45 am
I experimented with a number of them but ended up making a hybrid of sorts from several of them. The old Ram case that I had was the perfect width but wasn't tall enough, so I scrapped the top half and just used the bottom. I don't really trust holders that just hold onto the sides because I have had them come loose. I like the phone to nest on something. Since I no longer had anything to hold down into the bottom hooks I used the rubber hold-downs that were in on an old X style holder.
If you look at my review of that unit, I show how you can easily adjust the top piece to fit larger phones.

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