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Which Stem Mount Phone Holder ?

I only see the Ram mount that fits teh steering head stem, is there any that are more beefy that work, does the ram mount work well enough?

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I only see the Ram mount that fits teh steering head stem, is there any that are more beefy that work, does the ram mount work well enough?
The Ram mount works great for me. Its behind the windshield and therefore covered from the elements more or less besides light rain. The adjustable features of the ram mount is nice too if you have a tank bag. I've never used the rubber phone clamps behind the arms and have safely tested this numerous times on bumpy roads, turns and top speed runs...
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Not a huge fan of phones on motorcycle or bicycle handlebars. We have enough to focus on as is. That said, you could consider this.

https://www.quadlockcase.com/collections/shop-moto
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My wife has one of these and it has worked great on her bike: The Telferizer Custom Motorcycle RAM mounts for GPS Systems
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this one:

Ultimateaddons Fork Stem Mount Kit - www.motogps.com.au

just get the right size and it will never come loose until you want it to - I've done 25,000km with it now, use it to hold my zumo.
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Has anyone tried the Rokform mount? It might work although I'm not sure if it would get in the way of anything.

https://www.rokform.com/products/v3-motorcycle-mount
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telferizer.com have the cleanest looking ball mounts I've ever seen ever!
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I’m looking for one as well, but I also want the USB charger. I’ve seen the Grip X kits anywhere from $15-$60 on eBay. Anyone here have that particular one?
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My wife has one of these and it has worked great on her bike: The Telferizer Custom Motorcycle RAM mounts for GPS Systems
Do they ship to the USA?
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Do they ship to the USA?
Absolutely. I purchased 2 a couple years ago. Someone else pointed out it only took about 5 days to deliver.
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