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    I was wondering what everyone was using to mount phones to their bikes I have half a ram mount i need to rig up my Iphone to it for my music just wondering what eveyone was using. I hope everyone is well
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    Where the hell have you been??

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    I use GPSCITY.com for my ram mount stuff. They have CHROME mounts too!
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    Hello everyone, It is good to be thinking about riding after a long "winter?", although I was able to ride some every month thanks to the lack of snow/sand/salt. I saw a diffetent type of phone mount on tv, american chopper built bike for this company, they make a product called the "cell phone buckle", and have a model for motorcycles. It looks good, but I have not seen one in person. They are also a lot less expensive than most of the products I have seen many people buy. the web site for this comany is, www.thecellphonebuckle.com . If anyone has seen one of these in person, I would love some feed back, thinking about buying one myself. these work with cell, Ipod,and gps. this attached video shows a rider doing 85 mph with a gps in one of these holders, look steady as a rock . http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=SDHMM1PQo6w
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    Hey I been busy busy busy how you been
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    I took the Verizon specific car mount for my DroidX and mounted it via a Ram Mount on my VTX. Works great. But there is a generic Ram mount for phone/GPS available too. Can't go bad with Ram.
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    This link should work for the above cell phone buckle .... http://thecellbuckle.com/


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    Hey Joe,
    Thanks for all the help. Have a great time in the west.
    Paul
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