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Old 06-07-2011, 03:17 PM   #1
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Any advise? Which one of them is really good for the money?
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Old 06-07-2011, 03:59 PM   #2
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Is this a good one: Garmin Zumo 660?
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Use ur phone...android has awesome free navigation apps...also use painters tape on the tank add velcro to painters tape and back of phone and whaaa la
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onesaleaday.com has a tomtom for 60 bucks today...not too bad if it goes boom along the highway.
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Use ur phone...android has awesome free navigation apps...also use painters tape on the tank add velcro to painters tape and back of phone and whaaa la
Painter's paint is to avoid sticking the velcro sticker permanently on the tank?
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They make "bicycle" mounts for many phones on Ebay for $5. I bought one specific for the Nexus One before I lost it - worked great! Now I have a 'universal' one that works OK for my Nexus S but it has a lot of glare.

Add a USB Charger and you sir have an urban AdvRider lol
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Is this a good one: Garmin Zumo 660?
I've read a lot of good reviews on that unit from people over on advrider.
Comes at a pretty hefty price, but it's designed specifically for riders and will work without taking your gloves off.
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The Zumo is great as indicated rather expensive but well worth it. You can plan routes load them up and away you go.

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Painter's paint is to avoid sticking the velcro sticker permanently on the tank?
yup lay the painters tape down and velcro sticky on top..you can also do it to the back of the phone as well
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