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post #1 of 47 (permalink) Old 01-24-2016, 03:53 AM Thread Starter
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Hi Bikers ,

is there a satnav mount on the market to install my tomtom rider on
the top litlle bar behind the screen of the AT ?
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post #2 of 47 (permalink) Old 01-24-2016, 06:17 AM
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Touratech make mounts for a variety of navigators, including some TomTom models. Their solution for mounting above the instruments is a bar of their own, which has a diameter of 12mm. You then buy a navigator specific mount. It may fit onto the existing bar if the diameter is the same.
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Touratech do one. Actually they do two - one that attaches to the handlebar bolts and one that goes on the screen bracket. I think @erey said he'd added one?

If and when I finally get round to buying this bike I would probably wait and see what the options are once I can get a feel of where I want to put things. There must also be a RAM mount somewhere that I could use.
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Sorry. Glitch in the Matrix - @D_H beat me to it!
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If and when I finally get round to buying this bike I would probably wait and see what the options are once I can get a feel of where I want to put things. There must also be a RAM mount somewhere that I could use.
I went with above the instruments because the 12V socket is conveniently just below so, by putting it there, the wires won't move around or, worse still, potentially interfere with steering. When the whole lot is set up, I'll post some pictures.
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Ohhhh, that mirror looks like a coffin.
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Thanks Guy, s ,

I found one from Touratech;
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Hi, which one did you go for?
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New on this forum, finding my way and came accross this topic. Just ordered my AT one week ago together with a brand new type GPS mount.

http://www.bikepenr.nl/English.htm

BikePenR is a manufacturer and supplier of mounting brackets for GPS / satnav systems on motorcycles.

Based in The Netherlands. Ordering via the dealer (no direct ordering)

Looks far better than the Touratech adapter bracket, however also more expensive.
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