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I've developed a compact but secure 'Snap-On' dash mount for '01-'11 GL1800's. It currently will accommodate most RAM mounts.
No adhesives, no fasteners. Powdercoated aluminum construction.

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Very nice good job. :thumbup:
 

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I've developed a compact but secure 'Snap-On' dash mount for '01-'11 GL1800's. It currently will accommodate most RAM mounts.
No adhesives, no fasteners. Powdercoated aluminum construction.
If you show me a picture of one of these mounted on a '11 model year GL1800 I'll commit to buying 1,000 of 'em. I'll be a distributor for every 2011 Goldwing out there.
 

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I'VE GOT 2011 BUT NO TIME TO RIDE IT WILL LAST FOREVER THIS WAY :lol:
 

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I've developed a compact but secure 'Snap-On' dash mount for '01-'11 GL1800's. It currently will accommodate most RAM mounts.
No adhesives, no fasteners. Powdercoated aluminum construction.

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It's hard to tell from the picture. Do devices affixed to this bracket interfere with viewing the gauges/instruments?
 

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I know the question has been ask before, but no answer. Will you be fabricating these and selling them? If not will you give us the details how you made this so we can replicate it.

Thank you.
I am interested in marketing them. Probably some on EBAY, but also from the unfinished website, www.wingmounts.com.
I still need to run over some more railroad tracks and pot holes to make sure it's ready to share.
 
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