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KTM GPS Bracket Enduro/Duke 2017-2021

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  • Suitable for all Garmin GPS devices
  • Suitable for all TomTom GPS devices
  • Suitable for the Touratech iBracket
  • Mounting on the standard handlebar clamps

Easy to mount on any original KTM handlebar clamp using cushioned sockets. Provides the option of attaching a plug and locking the GPS and holder so that they are theft-proof. Suitable for all Garmin / TomTom GPS devices, the KTM GPS / PDA bag and the iBracket.

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4.5 Based on 4 Reviews
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    Joshua G.
    United States United States
    Ktm gps bracket

    Like for sure bro, your bracket is totally gnarly! It’s the only way to Moto-scoot.

    Very Clean Product for GPS Mount

    A little tricky to figure out how all the many pieces fit together. This took me a few hours to install and wire up to my GPS, but once done it is super sano and a very nice mount putting the GPS in exactly the right place on my 690.

    Mike W.
    United States
    Totally underrated product!

    I put this thing on my 2015 500 EXC. Works REALLY well, and fits perfectly. Would work on my 990 adventure as well.

    Keith F.
    Well built but not perfect

    My main issue with this unit is vibration dampening, its lacking. Before I purchased this kit my Garmin Montana 680T was mounted using a basic RAM system and in all honesty I can see no difference between the two when it comes to screen vibration. At speed the GPS is easy to see but things get a bit blurry at idle, makes it difficult if you just want to make some changes during a quick stop. It is well built and holds the Garmin securely. FYI, some minimal modification is require to run this with a Scott’s (you will lose the “electric socket” hole)

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