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Topic # 84667 4-Jun-2011 19:06
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Been looking around various places and no one seems to have any that fits.  Wifey wants one so that she can use her GPS so it will have to fit a Mazda 2..

 

Any suggestions??

 

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  Reply # 477892 4-Jun-2011 23:35
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I just bought an adjustable one from Trademe that sticks to the windscreen. It was a cheap one so not especially sturdy but it does the job. There's also a site that sells a lot of accessories which I have purchased items from before, shipping takes around 3 weeks though: http://www.spider-foot.com/dock-cradle-dual-charger-c-9_313_315.html





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  Reply # 477897 5-Jun-2011 00:09
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+1 for cheap Trademe mount, works fine.




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  Reply # 477918 5-Jun-2011 08:36
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Thanx guys. Bought one on Trademe for $33.. If it's no good will look at expansys..




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  Reply # 477938 5-Jun-2011 10:13
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Got mine for $18 off TradeMe, rock solid car mount.




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