Where to dock in a Land Rover Discovery II ?

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    Woodenigloo

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    Anyone have any ideas or pictures of a suitable mounting area or tricks for a 2002 Land Rover Discovery II The model I'm wanting to mount is a TomTom XL 335M.

    Thanks,

    Wood :)
     
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    mikealder Moderator

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    Assuming your car is a left hand drive take a look at the Pro-Clip part number 852096 as thats for your vehicle, to that you can either use a self adhesive disk to use with the mount that came with your device or use a Pro-Clip 533091 to attach your holder to the Pro-Clip - Mike
     
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    Thanks for the idea!
     
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    I have been very happy with my ProClip... it's solid and easily changeable to fit any device if needed. Been using it for a year now, with 3 different devices intermittently. The XL/XXL mounts for the ProClip are very solid as well.
     
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    I ended up going with the ARKON TTEP112 mount. I didn't want to block my a/c vent. Thankfully I have a flat dashboard, so all is well! If for some reason the ARKON mount doesn't work out, the ProClip is the next solution.

    Thanks for the advice & help!
     
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