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dustin85

ram mounts for atv

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I also posted this in the atv forum...I would like to get a mount for my 06 Sportsman. I looked at the website, and saw 2 different styles, handlebar mount, and brake reservoir mount. I would like to know your opinions on either of these if you have one. I do have a winch switch mounted on the handlebar to the left of the brake reservoir if that would make a difference for anything. I am not exactly sure on which to get. Thanks in advance for the advice!

Dustin

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I have the handlebar mount where the ball attaches with two small U-bolts and holds my H20. Works great like most RAM products.

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Did you buy it local or on-line? I looked at the RAM site, and it only lists a few MN dealers. I know they have been sold at more locations than what they have listed

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I have purchased all my RAM products at Fleet Farm, including the ATV handlebar mount.

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I picked it up online from some GPS parts/supplier company. Don't recall where I found it. Don't have anything near me that sells this type of thing so it was just simpler to order online.

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I ended up buying a handlebar mount at Scheels. I looked at Gander Mtn, but they did not have the right one.

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I have the same set-up at LMITOUT and it works great. I also have the winch switch on the left, but the RAM is mounted on the right handlebar.

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