Join Date: Jul 2012
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That's probably what I'll do, is there any drilling or permanent body modification involved? I'm not looking for a suction cup or anything like that just hoping to be able to return the bike to stock at some point (or at least have the option to)
The RAM mount just goes into the head of the bolt at the centre of the steering stem (which is normally covered by a black plastic cap). It has a hole in it which the RAM mount screws into. So returning to stock is just a matter of unscrewing the RAM mount and replacing the cap.
Eleven hours in a tin can?
God, there's got to be another way!