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Old 05-07-2007, 11:04 PM   #1
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I have a (very sexy) 05 Bonneville GXP and a Delphi NAV 200 GPS.

The windshield mount, as could be expected, is all wobbly. On the Delphi website, there'* a very nice picture of a mount for this GPS device that looks to clamp onto the rear view mirror stalk. http://shopdelphi.com/consumers/mobilenav/nav200/ Fifth little picture along the middle from the left.

However, there is nothing anywhere on the Delphi site, or any other nifty gadget website that offers this little clampy mount for sale.

The several clampy things that I've otherwise found are unappealing. KudaUSA has a nifty mount that will do a great job with my Treo 650, but .. not enough surface area for both devices. I want something that'* going to look custom, and well integrated.

Anyone have some inside or informed information? Even some good suggestions? It would be so helpful!
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Make a bracket using: http://www.bracketron.com/xmain/uni4503sw.php

Pull off the dash trim that go'* around the radio and guage cluster, and fab it to bolt up there somehow, and come out the side. While you have it apart, use (except cut those clamps off and hardwire the power and ground): http://www.deltakits.com/dki-catalog/ba100.html.

It'll give you a nice mount, and you won't have wire everywhere. I do it all the time at work, customers love it.
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PanaVise makes a bracket specific to the Bonneville which would likely work well for you. I used one in my '02 SE and it fit very nicely. This link is for the version specific to the 00-05 Bonneville.

http://www.panavise.com/f/comm/indas...artn=75114-100

They also make custom model specific brackets for a large number of other manufacturers and models. Being that this isn't "generic", installation was quick and easy.
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We only carry Bracketron at work, so thats really the only company that I knew of. Good to know that there is in fact a bracket available. Makes install time much quicker.
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wow looks identical to my DUAL GPS
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