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post #1 of 7 Old Jul 29th, 2007, 8:17 pm Thread Starter
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Mirror ram mount screw.

A couple of months ago I purchase ram mount that went into the mirror holes on the LT. On the handle bars next to the brake thingy. If anyone knows were I get them??? I thought RamMount but could find them anymore.

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post #2 of 7 Old Jul 29th, 2007, 8:27 pm
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John,

I bought a replacement screw and acorn nut at my local Ace Hardware. They have them in stainless, stainless black, and chrome.

If you can't find them, I would be happy to pick some up for you and mail them to you.

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Not what I looking for.

Thanks. It is not a screw that I missing. It was a rammount product. There is a hole on the left or right hand grip where this mount goes. It is about 2 inches long with a allen screw on the bottom and on the top side the rammount ball. It was made for an R1150RT or K1200LT.

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A couple of months ago I purchase ram mount that went into the mirror holes on the LT. On the handle bars next to the brake thingy. If anyone knows were I get them??? I thought RamMount but could find them anymore.
I think you're talking about the GCR11B bolt & spacer with the RAM-B-272 base. Similar to what's pictured near the top of this page at Touratech.

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Try these guys: cyclegadgets.com
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Thanks for this link.

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I think you're talking about the GCR11B bolt & spacer with the RAM-B-272 base. Similar to what's pictured near the top of this page at Touratech.
New site for me, thanks for the link.

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Tried them.

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Try these guys: cyclegadgets.com
I have tried them already and no luck.

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