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For father's day I got a Magellan eXplorist 200 GPS, and I wanted to be able to use it on my bike. But in checking out Magellan's website ...
The two items needed for this project are: 1. (1) Garmin Forerunner 101 bike mount (Part No. 0101-10482-00) cost ~$18.00 2. (1) Scotch Dual Lock Reclosable Fasteners (pkg ...
A Coping Saw and a pair of scissors
The Garmin mount needed a little cutting, since it's a little bit wide for the eXplorist GPS. I cut the ends off both sides at approx. 1/4" from ...
Per the instructions that are on the back of the Scotch fasteners, clean the bracket and the back of the GPS unit. I used Rubbing Alcohol because it ...
Once the parts are dry (doesn't take long) you can cut one of the fastener strips into the pieces that will be needed. Cut two (2) 1" lengths ...
Next take the remaining two strips (leave the backing on for now) and press them into the two strips that are attached to the bracket. This is to ...
Now you can peel the backing off of the strips from the previous step.
Line up the bracket with the bottom of the GPS unit and press it firmly against the GPS.
Carefully separate the GPS from the bracket, so that you don't peel off the fastener strips. Then press against the strips, on the GPS, to secure them firmly ...
Now just snap the bracket into the handlebar mount. It's mounted on my Specialized Tarmac road bike. I did tether the unit to the bike, just in case. ...
Hmmm, I wonder what these contact are for? This view of the circuit board is just under where the battery compartment is located. This model doesn't claim to ...
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