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Old 12-17-2013, 05:53 PM   #286
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Hi Andrew,

I have mailed cradles to Australia - I take Western Union payments, no credit cards or Paypal. Unless you have a Stateside resource to have somebody mail me a check, it will cost you whatever the Western Union fee is (to them, Western Union) in addition to my $75 USD plus about $5 more USD for mailing.

Shoot me a PM if you want to order one and we can sort it out.

All the best,

Stovey
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I have a 60 series Garmin. So far it's been lost 3 times and luckily found. First time was a Garmin handlebar mount, last 2 were from a ram mount, which ended up snapping in half. the GPS was found in a clay rut.

It's now known as the Chuck Norris GPS as it can't be killed.

Are you able to mail one to me in Australia?

Cheers, Andrew.
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Old 12-18-2013, 11:19 PM   #287
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Old 01-20-2014, 10:21 AM   #288
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All cradles shipped and a few left on hand. Will not be making any more until April when the weather gets warm and my shop heats up enough to get back into production! Meanwhile, I have a small supply of most on hand.

PM to order and have a great winter!

Rally on,

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Old 01-31-2014, 10:56 AM   #289
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Out of town and off-line until 2/10, approx

I will be out of town with very limited internet access, possibly none, for about the next 10 days. Plan is to return to civilization on or about Feb 10 and be responding to all PM/messages then.

I saw where Daryl is offering a screaming deal on his Cyclops Lighting products on his website, depending on whether or not the Seahawks take the Superbowl. You guys wanting some great lighting equipment and accessories ought to check out Cyclops Adventure Sports and enjoy the game...

He's got a thread on it here in VENDORS somewhere, or an update/post on his normal vendor thread is where I read it. You'll have to look for it on your own, I just thought it was cool.

http://cyclopsadventuresports.com/

Meanwhile, a continued THANKS to all of my cradle customers here on ADV, and out in the world....

Rally on,

Stovey
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Old 04-24-2014, 07:03 PM   #290
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x1 G-60 series and 2x Montana cradles on hand and ready to go!

I hope 2014 is a great riding season for all...

Rally on,

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Old 06-29-2014, 06:37 PM   #291
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So I've had one of these cradles since 2010, mounted on a BMW GS, whapped by tree branches, in rain, sleet, left on through several Cdn winters and the damn thing looks brand new. It's completely solid, holds my Garmin 60CSX tighter than a drum and has gotten me comments on how cool it looks from everyone I've ridden with.

Well worth what I've paid for it and if it were to ever break (not likely) I'd be calling up Stovey to get another in an instant.

You can't go wrong with this piece of kit...



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Old 06-30-2014, 07:26 PM   #292
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Thank you, Mark!

I can't begin to explain how gratifying it feels to provide some small measure of "fix" to my fellow riders and also what an honor it is to receive such accolades from an esteemed inmate such as Canadian Panzer. (This guy is Aces Up, all the way my friends.)

And my customers who have ventured on such committed and far-off sojourns to remote places in Mongolia, Ushuaia, Baja, Prudhoe Bay and Australia...and beyond, using a mission-critical piece of gear like my cradle with their confidence and commitments. I am humbled. It keeps me earnest in my endeavors, imagining myself in your places and needing to have that cradle hang on and perform. There's something important about that navigation device that I take seriously, and to heart.

Thank you all, very much. And thank you, Mark, for your trust and for such kind words in your long-term report. As mentioned in our PM's my home is your home, Good Sir.

All the best,

Stovey

ps - Mark is using a Garmin 60CSx in the 60-series Buzz-Bomb, and not a 62-series GPS as mentioned. I don't make a cradle for the 62's and the form factor IS different between these GPS's. So I strongly recommend against trying to fit a 62 into my cradle. Just as a point of clarification.

Rally on...

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