Mounting TomTom Rider on a Motorcycle


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I currently have a TomTom Rider 550 on my motorcycle using the mounting kit provided by TomTom. The one thing I don't like about that RAM mount is the length of the mounting arm. Is anyone using any other mounting system to attach the Rider to their motorcycle that might have a lower profile?
 
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canderson

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Have you looked at the RAM site for alternative mount configurations? Their mounting methods are cross-compatible.
 
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Have you looked at the RAM site for alternative mount configurations? Their mounting methods are cross-compatible.
I am thinking of trying this single socket arm:


With this handlebar mount base:


I just don't know if the plate on the single socket arm is the same hole configuration as the plate that comes standard with the 550.
 
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canderson

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Not clear what you mean about the hole configuration. It's the ball size that matters, if I understand your plan correctly.
That's a 1" "B size" ball you're showing from Amazon, and is designed to fit into an existing RAM coupler. Check the one for your existing 550 mount .. it may be the 9/16" "A size". Can't recall from memory.
 

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