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Mount for an Ifinder H20?


bigdog

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Looking for a good mount for the Ifinder H20. I would prefer a suction cup style so I can use it on the snowmobile and in the car. I saw one called the Lobster mount-shrimp that looked interesting.

Anyone have any ideas/suggestions and a place to purchase from? Does the suction cup style work?

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I went with the type that bolts to your handle bars and it really holds it in place.You can adjust it to just about any angle.The really nice part is now it can go on the wheeler,in the boat or truck and never need batteries.Just plug it in.In time the savings on batteries will pay for the mounts.I bought the Lowrance base and then bought each mounting bracket to fit each unit.I just googled Ram and found a place.I was a little afraid of the suction type with the cold. grin.gif

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Definitely get the RAM mount. RAM makes a cradle that fits the H20 perfectly. You can then choose to use a handlebar mount, suction cup mount, regular mount that you can screw to something. The options are absolutely limitless. L.E.I. Extras is the company that makes them. Gander Mt, Cabelas, etc all carry the RAM mount products.

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Ditto on Ram mounts. I used them on everything in my truck and boat. I have them on my sled and wheeler. I used them for my cell phones, my XM radio and all of my marine electronics. I mounted a ram base on the side of the A pillar on my truck for my I Finder Hunt C and it works great there easy to see and get to with out distracting me too much from the road grin.gifgrin.gif.

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Definitely get the RAM mount, but make sure it fits the H2O model. I errantly bought the one that only fits the regular IFinder and had to return it.

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Same here bkft unfortunatly I was about 200 miles from cabelas when I noticed it and I needed to use it. So I went about modifying it to fit. Now that I know they make an h20 mount I will put the modified one in my truck and the new one in my boat. smirk.gif

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my son just bought me the Ram mount for my b-day, great looking mount. a little pricie tho. plan on putting it in the boat this summer. now all I have to do is wait for my h2o to get here. wife bought it for my present from her.

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