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    Movin' on to the next thing... JohnD's Avatar
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    Re: Which GPS Is Best Suited For an RV'er

    Quote Originally Posted by jstarwal View Post
    What mount did you get. Or did it come with one? Does it block your View?
    I'm using the mount that came with it...

    It does block the view some...but not bad.

    I'll go out and get a photo in a few minutes.
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    Re: Which GPS Is Best Suited For an RV'er

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnD View Post
    I'm using the mount that came with it...

    It does block the view some...but not bad.

    I'll go out and get a photo in a few minutes.
    Ok, thank you
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    Re: Which GPS Is Best Suited For an RV'er

    Quote Originally Posted by jstarwal View Post

    Hey JohnD, how did you mount it? I am thinking of getting one. I have a Chevy PU.
    Finally got the photos:

    GPSmount-PC060542.jpg

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    Re: Which GPS Is Best Suited For an RV'er

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnD View Post
    Thanks for the pix. It doesn't seem the block too much.
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    Re: Which GPS Is Best Suited For an RV'er

    new to the forum, I just purchased a larger RV from a pop up and was wondering about what GPS might be best to help with overpasses, and tunnels and such. Any ideas?

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    Re: Which GPS Is Best Suited For an RV'er

    We use a Magellan Roadmate RV9490. For the price, you can't beat it. I think I paid around $100 for it online and it does just as good as the $300+ units.

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    Re: Which GPS Is Best Suited For an RV'er

    For those using the Garmin 770 LMT, do you use the suction cup mount or the non-skip assembly. My current NUVI 3597 with a magnetic mount is too heavy and I have to use the non-skid system but it isn't that great as it does skid. Thanks Doug

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