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  1. How do you mount your GPS in a car 🚘   (not phone) so it does not fall off from the screen etc .. my suction grip is failing despite being newish.. ideas?

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    2. Gregexplore


      Tortuga I tried melted sugar glaze from donuts ... did not work :lol1:

    3. Stormswift


      I bought my Tom a TomTom (go figure) and it sticks on the windscreen very well ... it's quite sturdy. 

    4. Old


      Windshield mounts are illegal in states like California. Dash mounts tend to be oversize and don't hold tight to most finishes on the cowl. 

      I solved it by cutting down and throwing away most of the articulated arm. I used JB Weld to fix the pieces to the angle I wanted. My GPS sit a 1/4 inch above the base. I used the original suction cup, but bought a stick, non-stickpad. It looks like this one and works very well:




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