Due to minimal mounting options for my Megallan 2200T Roadmate, I made my own. Aluminum flatbar from Home Depot & some assorted fasteners. I winged it all the way. I put four Locking nuts on the underside with an aliminum back plate where it is attatched to the bike. Honestly I didn't know much about GPS's when I bought this one. It's very good, just not really made for a motorcycle. Next time t's a Garmin, many more mounting accesories etc... oh yeah, those ratchet wrenches are a must have! I just purchased an SAE, & metric set today.
Farkles: Emgo mirrors, T-Bags magnetic tank bag, MadStad w/ Givi windshield, Stebel airhorn w/ Pat Walsh, Blue Seas fuse box, RAM camera mount, Garmin Zumo 550, Givi E460 top w/ LED brake light, Givi E21 sides, Acerbis hand guards, Dynojet PCIII, Superbrace, Pazzo shorty levers, Hot Grips, Elka rear shock, Richland Rick Mirror Extenders, Custom Saddlemen Seat, Murph's Center Stand
how did you bend that aluminum stock without cracking it?
to me it looks a lot sturdier than a lot of purpose-built mounts.
I simply placed it over a sturdy square edge & bent it by hand. I just bent it a little at a time, it worked fine. For dampening I placed a large rubber washer thingy I got from the plumbing department between the braket & dash.