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What type of phone holder do you use?

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    What type of phone holder do you use?

    I'm looking for a holder for my phone that connects to my gsxr 1000. All I find are one that clamp onto handle bars.

    Anybody have one on their sportbike?

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    Re: What type of phone holder do you use?

    I'd try Ram Mount.

    You should be able to get one that clamps to your master cylinder.

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    Re: What type of phone holder do you use?

    IslandBoyee used to have this one for like $35 that went in the yoke when he had an 03 GSX-R

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    Re: What type of phone holder do you use?

    Go to http://www.rammount.com/Products/Mot...8/Default.aspx to figure out what you need.

    Prices are better from the mount guys.

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    Re: What type of phone holder do you use?

    I've got my phone mounted up on my CBR. Like most have mentioned rammount if the way to go. I used this, http://www.rammount.com/CatalogResul...5/Default.aspx. I just popped off the plastic cover from my bike, dropped the mount on and tightened it up, then you just use whatever other ram accessories you need to get your phone/gps secured to it. Works great.

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    I've got RAMs X grip and it holds my phone or I pod or gps without issue. I'm fairly certain they have a mount that will go through the steering stem.

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    Re: What type of phone holder do you use?

    I use the one that came on my pants called a pocket.

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    Re: What type of phone holder do you use?

    Then it would be called a pocket not a phone carrier or holder.

    Thanks for the input, I really wanted to know what YOU use.

    Much appreciated !........

    Thanks guys

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