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Old 09-14-2016, 12:17 PM   #15
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Photos are self explanatory. With the VERY sturdy RAM mounts it can be rotated if my wife has any interest is using it.

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Can you please post as link to this mount? It looks like your TST is also attached to that mount?
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Can you please post as link to this mount? It looks like your TST is also attached to that mount?
My Tire SafeGuard TPMS is a separate mount. But I did modify the old factory installed GPS system mount to accept the TPMS monitor once the old GPS navigational system was removed.

The RAM parts for the RV-760-LMT are listed below.

RV-760-LMT Cradle

Adjustable Long Arm Dual Diamond Plate Mount

The arm comes in various lengths based on each application. I wanted it high enough to clear the Tire SafeGuard monitor so that's why I chose the long arm length which is 5 1/4 inches from ball socket to ball socket. It is longer once you add the two adjustable ends.

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My Tire SafeGuard TPMS is a separate mount. But I did modify the old factory installed GPS system mount to accept the TPMS monitor once the old GPS navigational system was removed.

The RAM parts for the RV-760-LMT are listed below.

RV-760-LMT Cradle

Adjustable Long Arm Dual Diamond Plate Mount

The arm comes in various lengths based on each application. I wanted it high enough to clear the Tire SafeGuard monitor so that's why I chose the long arm length which is 5 1/4 inches from ball socket to ball socket. It is longer once you add the two adjustable ends.

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Thanks!
Looking at the RAM mount arms/components, they look a lot like the equivalent parts of my old Lawrence iWay GPS (that is sadly enough not supported anymore, it was so advanced it had already a 7.5" screen).

I have to dig those parts out again and see if I can use them to hold my Samsung tablet (I use CoPilot as my GPS)
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