GO 720 in 2002 Cavalier

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  1. pennycjc

    pennycjc

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    ProClip mount with hard wired power.

    I have no idea whose ultra-white leg is in the second picture.

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    The ProClip device holder is great and I love having it permanently wired for power.

    The ProClip mount wasn't that great for my cavalier. I had to modify the mount to get it to clip on the top. It didn't account for the dash clip positions for my particular model year of cavalier. The saving grace for the mount was the adhesive strip. No adhesive strip, no sturdy mount for my car.

    There is more glare and worse signal strength now as compared to my window suction cup mount. I think that is due to the fact that the ProClip mount doesn't allow for face of my TomTom to be perfectly upright even with the 15 degrees of swivel that the holder has.

    Overall, I am happy with the finished product though. I hated the suction cup mount and hated having to plug the TomTom in for long drives.

    --Joe
     
    pennycjc, Mar 20, 2008
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    46jimbo

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    Looks good!
     
    46jimbo, Mar 20, 2008
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