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post #1 of 9 Old Jun 17th, 2006, 5:58 pm Thread Starter
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BMW GPS Mount for the K1200GT

BMW Part Number: 71 60 7 676 868
$125 USD (bummer, because this item costs about $50 in the UK)






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post #2 of 9 Old Jun 18th, 2006, 12:49 am
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That's a clean setup! Yet another reason to think about getting a GT (Like I needed that). Is there a wiring harness that you can get with that, or do you have to bring your own power from the battery?

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Jeff...picking my GT up Tuesday. You know I'll be ordering that part. But I'll be using the Garmin Motorcycle Mount with it. I never liked that RAM mount.
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BMW Part Number: 71 60 7 676 868
$125 USD (bummer, because this item costs about $50 in the UK)




What GPS unit is in the picture?
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Looks as though its a Garmin SP 2720.

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Looks as though its a Garmin SP 2720.

Enjoying this June Arizona weather this week?
Yeps, a 2720 it is.

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BMW Part Number: 71 60 7 676 868
$125 USD (bummer, because this item costs about $50 in the UK)




Hi I bought the same BMW Part Number: 71 60 7 676 868
for 17 euros in Brussels
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