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Yo ... (that's hi in Philadelphia, PA)

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Looks like I've gotten in on the ground floor. I have two Zumo's, a 450 and a 550 used on my wife's Harley Softail Deluxe and my Harley Road King. They are kind of old and have a bit of lag when compared to today's newer GPS's but none of the newer ones have the theft deterrent screw the older ones have so suffer i must.
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soberbyker wrote:Looks like I've gotten in on the ground floor. I have two Zumo's, a 450 and a 550 used on my wife's Harley Softail Deluxe and my Harley Road King. They are kind of old and have a bit of lag when compared to today's newer GPS's but none of the newer ones have the theft deterrent screw the older ones have so suffer i must.
Welcome soberbyker!

If you’re handy, you could always make yourself a locking mount quite cheaply. Then you’d have an excuse to upgrade Image. I made myself one because I wasn’t going to pay £££ for the commercial options. I’ll have to take a pic or two and post them.


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Welcome soberbyker, as you say the forum is in it's formative state but hopefully will continue to grow and help us all with our queries about Zumos old and new.
I made a small modification to my 660 mount which, although not lockable, should act as a detterent to the casual thief. I'll take a photo and share it here, maybe help someone else. :)
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Welcome soberbyker :)

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