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Unread 09-16-2019, 12:44 PM   #1
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X-grip phone mount

Has anyone seen these that do not have the ball on back to mount? I just want one that I can screw to a flat mounting plate but canít seem to find one offered like that


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I have not, but I'll check mine when I get home. That ball might be removable leaving a flatish spot or perhaps with a bit of modification could give you what you're looking for.

There's also this version that is kind of like what I'm describing:

https://www.gpscity.com/ram-mount-un...e-ram-hol-un7u

Or make use of one these:

https://www.gpscity.com/search/q=ram+mount+plate
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I used ram mount stem mount



With an arm from Ram mount, then a slipgripcarmounts.com holder for my phone in my case. I had to take them the case to have it made, easy enough they are at 59 & Mound.
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Yeah I already have a techmount that bolts down to the triple tree so just trying to get something to bolt to it. The balls that Nelson linked to May work


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Yeah I already have a techmount that bolts down to the triple tree so just trying to get something to bolt to it. The balls that Nelson linked to May work


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Slip grip makes their mounts in many different configs, with the ball and with out.
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Looking at my X-Grip, it looks like you could easily cut the ball off and get a flat surface allowing for Velcro attachment (or other options).
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Some body say “velcro balls”?
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Looking at my X-Grip, it looks like you could easily cut the ball off and get a flat surface allowing for Velcro attachment (or other options).


I think the links you sent with the snap ball attachment would work. That way itís not sticking up to far from plate and still has some swivel to it.



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so does everyone route their wires under tank right up to the mount? Or along side of the bike to remove or attach the phone cable with ease.
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