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Old 08-25-2011, 08:42 PM   #181
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Let's go try and break something.....

Thanks a million for that, Charlie! (A $million back in change for your 2 cents is a pretty good deal, eh?!)

So far these things have been hanging on well, and even I am pleased with the results. Now, let's get JoeNuclear and you and 10cup out in the Nevada desert in a couple months, and try and break some stuff.... Sound good?

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Old 08-26-2011, 09:12 PM   #182
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Just wanted to repeat again what a great product Stovebolt is selling! I mostly slabbed over 6000km out to Mosport and back and it worked flawlessly. No more worries about the crappy Garmin mount breaking!

Again, great product and great guy to deal with! Can't recommend it enough.
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Old 08-28-2011, 08:07 PM   #183
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Thanks Bruce!

Kind words and much appreciated! I hope you've been able to get out and enjoy some excellent Summer riding. Come on down and ride some Nevada desert with us in October, if you're dying to get out one last time before the snow socks us all in....

Ride announcement here:

http://ridedualsport.com/forum/index.php?topic=2277.0

All the best,

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Old 08-28-2011, 08:13 PM   #184
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Gday Stovey hows things my good man?

Havent spoken in ages just wanted to let you know your cradle wen through a 2000km pressure test over the weekend and although I managaed to snap some bolts on the front end of the strom when I hit a decent pot Hole I new exactly where I had done it cause your little cradle came through unscathed!!

Love your work!

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Old 08-28-2011, 08:49 PM   #185
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Friends from OZ!

Hi Leith!

Great hearing from you and I know - it's been a long while, so I hope your bike is alright and you've had some great riding. Cam "Helltrack" and Jock came through here a couple months ago on their way to Ushuaia from Prudhoe Bay Alaska, and we got to visit with your countrymen for a short while as they passed through. Great to have some real live Aussies around to spruce up our place! It was good to meet them and wish them well on their cradle testing journey of 22,000 miles!

Here's their blog to keep tabs on their health and progress. Good luck lads....

http://riderightdown.org/

Anyway - thanks for the support and encouragement, LENTIL. You're a good man and I hope to be able to ride with you someday as well. Stay in touch, and all the best!

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Old 09-25-2011, 08:00 AM   #186
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Cradle works great

Stovey,
My bike finally came in this week and I immediately installed the cradle in the dealer parking lot. I can't say anything that hasn't been said already; Great Product! Looking forward to many miles/km with it.

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Old 09-26-2011, 08:59 PM   #187
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Kind words Keith - thanks!

Your bike looks all farkly and stuff......

Thanks for your business, and your service!

Sincerely,

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Old 09-27-2011, 07:50 PM   #188
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All current orders shipped...

I'm making a few more cradles to have on hand, and I'm getting ready to leave for a little ride across Nevada in a week or so. So, I'll be gone from October 7th - October 16th. Won't be answering PM's or posts here during that time frame. I can ship what I have on hand and available up to then though. If you need anything right away quick, get in touch before next week when I jet back down to the desert for a week or so.

Thanks again to all of you folks - you're the best!

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Old 10-04-2011, 08:56 AM   #189
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Hey Stovey
I just finished the Kings of the West Rallye . I ran both the garmin 60 and 78 series GPS with your cradles and both came through llike champs. I had a real hard get off in the rocks which broke my visor, Gopro camera mount, turn signals,boot and toes but the garmins were unharmed. Thanks again for the Bobzilla Proof mounts.
have a blast in nevada. One day we will get together and Ill show you some of the single track horse trails here
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Old 10-04-2011, 08:26 PM   #190
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Holy Crap, Bob!

Sounds like a nasty tumble, and I hope you're going to be alright!

I haven't caught up in the KOTW ride thread in awhile... I bet it was a hoot!

Next year I hope to venture further West in Nevada on my Legends of the Fall ride, and I'll for sure give you a shout in advance to see if you are available to tie in with. Like to ride with you there and see the Western part of the Silver State!

Glad the cradles worked good, and hope you're alright and can ride some more dirt!

All the best,

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Old 10-18-2011, 08:51 PM   #191
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hey steve -

cradle looks great - just one question:
how hard is it to remove the gps from the cradle - is it something a thief would be able to do while i was in a restaurant eating?
if I have the lock on the ram arm - how easy will it be to remove the gps from the bike while it is in this cradle?
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Old 10-18-2011, 09:49 PM   #192
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hey Dave (not "Steve") -

cradle looks great - just one question:
how hard is it to remove the gps from the cradle -

Relatively Easy To Remove. Not anti-theft at all.


Is it something a thief would be able to do while i was in a restaurant eating?
You bet he could, real easy.

if I have the lock on the ram arm - how easy will it be to remove the gps from the bike while it is in this cradle?
Easy to remove as far as stealing goes.
Dave - not a "Steve"
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Old 10-18-2011, 10:39 PM   #193
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Dave - not a "Steve"
sorry - I thought stovebolt was stevebolt
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Old 11-14-2011, 06:14 PM   #194
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Good stuff Stovey

One more killer ride in Baja behind us, several drops, one that knocked the shit out out of me. My Garmin cradled like a baby no harm at all. Good job Stovebolt you the man. you fuck.
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Old 11-14-2011, 06:19 PM   #195
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One more killer ride in Baja behind us, several drops, one that knocked the shit out out of me. My Garmin cradled like a baby no harm at all. Good job Stovebolt you the man. you fuck.

I love my cradle it looks good handles the vibration well

Just did 4000km (2485 miles) and the cradle hadnles massive bulldust corrugates, sand and highspeed highway

No dramas!!
which brings me to my next question
Stovey what models are you making for currently??

I am loooking to upgrade my GPS in the near future and to be honest I wont buy anything unless it has one of your cradles around it

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