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    Default Anyone need a 60csx Ram mount cradle?

    If there is anyone on the list that could use a cradle for the ram mount system I will give you a brand new RAM cradle for the 60csx. I upgraded to the 62st and have an extra cradle sitting around and figured someone could use it! This is just the cradle as pictured below. You will have to purchase the rest of the system but it will save you $10.

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    Have no need for the cradle, but please give a report on the new 62ST. I've been seriously considering bumping my 76CSx to a backup position and getting the new 78S. They use the same software, so whatever the 62 does, the 78 will be the same.
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    I can tell you so far that the maps are better than the csx and it boots up and finds sattelites much, much quicker. Also better reception under cover. It found my location sitting on my couch in the living room. I am going to head up to the cabin in a few weeks and get out with it. I will let you know!
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    Can't believe nobody has any use for a brand new RAM cradle for a 60csx. This is by far the best mount system for a GPS on a snowmachine, atv, mountain bike or car window. I use these things on everything!
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    I could definitely use it. It would just be a PITA to "swing by" and pick it up. <grin>

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