1- PDA- (mine -Dell Axim x50V)
2- Rhino.Skin Case, or any other with removable belt clip and screw
3- Small Computer Case Screw.
4- Flat Head Phillips bolt(no too big, not too long) Washer and nut
5- Small angle steel bracket, with one hole in one end for the bolt and two small holes on the other side to secure it to the car.
6- Sugar free Altoids tin SMALL. The reason for picking this one, the cover slides in and out so it brings the support needed to hold the PDA on is case.
Step 1: The Tin
Make Sure the bolt fits in properly, this piece needs to be attached to the bracket.
Step 2: The Car
Safety First, make sure you wont cut, pierce or damage any component from your car.
As you can see the small screws are hidden inside the cover once in place.
You can bent the bracket so it has the appropriate angle for the case to stay open.
Step 3: The Case Atachement
I had to "shape/deform" the inside of the tin, my Rhino had a bump.
Be Careful not to break the inside "nut"?, Do not tight the screw to hard.
You can also use Double adhesive, remember the idea is to make it reversible, or use the clip when not in the car.
Step 4: Slide In
Make sure there is a small angle so the case stays open.