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post #1 of 3 Old Feb 24th, 2009, 2:37 pm Thread Starter
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bought a new 1300gt. i don't think the mount for my xm will work from the 06 gt. it screws to the clutch reservior top. now that they changed the reservoirs that won't happen. has anyone seen anything. or is it too new for the aftermarket bs
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bought a new 1300gt. i don't think the mount for my xm will work from the 06 gt. it screws to the clutch reservior top. now that they changed the reservoirs that won't happen. has anyone seen anything. or is it too new for the aftermarket bs
The advantage to the new reservoirs is that there is a lot more bare handlebar showing, so you can use a simple u-bolt clamp like almost every other bike out there. Check the Ram Mounts website for various options.

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The advantage to the new reservoirs is that there is a lot more bare handlebar showing, so you can use a simple u-bolt clamp like almost every other bike out there. Check the Ram Mounts website for various options.
Some of the TechMount handlebar clamp options may work as well. I've been loking at them, for no specific reason, of course.

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