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The GPS Mounting

Here is your excuse to buy more stuff, and save money adding more stuff!

    The GPS mounting bracket is fabricated from the aluminum plate you removed after purchasing the billet VL Emblem to replace it. There is plenty of material, so you can be creative with the design. I put a slight bend in mine to allow for another strip on Velcro to be used. If you used the correct length bolts on the risers. You will not need to add anything for vibration. It is taken care of by the factory isolators in the upper triple tree. Plus the Velcro does provide a little dampening effect. The handle bar part of the mount is from the original handle bar mounts left over after installing the risers. I used a 1/2"x13/4" bolt with a 1/2" chrome acorn nut on top.

    Let me add that the GPS is a Garmin, GPSIII. The data screen is setup on mine to show voltage and time. Price a good quality clock and volt meter for your bike that has internal lighting, and the ability to use the bikes power. See, the GPS is a bargain after all. I will not go into anymore details, cause the damn thing does it all. But here is the link to the Manuel on Garmin's site.

    A Big THANKS to Eric Boehm  of the MIG group for suggesting the GPS! He has a great site with good information on the GPS also.

 

    See, nothing to it and a good excuse to get more stuff! 

Ride safe!

GPS Wiring into the Bike electrical system (adding a power point)

Copyright 2001 by Kathy Edens Distributing. All rights reserved.Revised: 18 Nov 2001 12:34:34 -0500 .

    Paul and Kathy Edens Mig Numbers 1542 & 1583 LC1500 &  Lowered LC1500  cyclenuts@arcycle.com

Copyright 2001 by Kathy Edens Distributing. All rights reserved.Revised: 18 Nov 2001 12:34:34 -0500 .

    Paul and Kathy Edens Mig Numbers 1542 & 1583 LC1500 &  Lowered LC1500  cyclenuts@arcycle.com