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    I am looking for the latest and greatest GPS lock. I know several have been discussed over the years. I just can't seem to find the current and most up-to-date discussion on the subject. I know you guys will help me out.

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    The winner all around IMO: http://www.kradellock.com/
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    (And it's even pretty easy to install!)

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    Default GPS Lock

    I just use a plastic zip tie around the push button release, if you can't push the release button, you can't remove the GPS, cost pennies instead of hundreds, been doing this for 2 years.

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    That may be true...
    But it only takes one determined , that has a pocketknife...

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    Just ordered KradleLock.... Thanks for the information
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRTSB View Post
    I just use a plastic zip tie around the push button release, if you can't push the release button, you can't remove the GPS, cost pennies instead of hundreds, been doing this for 2 years.

    Dave
    2yrs of zip ties? Do you cut & replace or wait till they degrade from the UV's? Think the Kradlelock is better option myself.


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    Quote Originally Posted by JayBros View Post
    The winner all around IMO: http://www.kradellock.com/
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    Once you install the Kradellock; the rubber cover that is fitted over the bracket when the GPS is removed, might not fit properly...
    I trimmed just the bottom "lip off of the top of it, and it slides underneath the lock much easier now!
    (although I rarely remove the 660 from my bike...)

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    I know however after acquiring a KradelLock, learned they use same size barrel keys as Lidlox already mounted , contacted Bob & was able to get lock exchanged to match
    1 less key to loose/ confuse

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    I would look at Touratech lockable mounts for most GPS units

    https://touratech-usa.com/Motorcycle...ts-and-Devices
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    Touratech has substantially cleaned up their designs since I bought my Kradellock in February 2016. At that time the Touratech was a much more expensive, still is now, ang IMO ugly "contraption."
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    I use Zumolock for my Garmin XT.
    Simple, small and easy to install.
    https://www.zumolock.com/index.php/en/
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    Default Zip tie fix.

    I did this so I could not accidentally hit the button and lose the GPS (happened once, too expensive a lesson to repeat). Have since bought the ZumoLock.

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