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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old Jul 28th, 2008, 10:52 pm Thread Starter
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Your photos & are BMW parts available for .....

Being a Canadian we often get few parts/accessories than our American Cousins

Here is what I am looking for my 2008 K GT

J&M.. er excuse me BMW CB radio mount is there such a thing for the K 1200 GT? I know there was a mount for the KLT can it be used on an 08 GT?

BMW approved factory CB antenna mount for the K 1200 GT, If they offered the CB did they offer an antenna mount?

Do any of you have a picture of the nice tekmount that mount to the bars on a K 1200GT with a cross brace.

I have a Garmin 376c and need an XM Antenna mount what one will work well?

How and where do those of you with a 376 mount it?

Would the dash shelf Santa Cruz BMW sell hold a v-1 in a waterproof box and/or a 376

If any of you have photos of your J&M or 376C setups would you please post them

Many Thanks

Bill Watt

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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old Jul 29th, 2008, 3:24 am
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I recently bought a full J&M CB setup that was taken from an LT. Doubt I'll have time to get it installed before Tulsa though. The LT factory antenna mount won't work on the GT. No one makes a GT-specific antenna mount, but you could probably go with a Firestick NGP antenna and a universal license plate mount, or fabricate something from the rear rack area.

The factory CB head unit bracket could work with the GT, but it puts it way far inboard to clear the LT's mirrors. That means you can't reach the transmit button with your thumb. You could use a remote transmit button like on the LT, or you could go with the BMW-specific mount from Cycle Gadgets.

Can't help with the other bits.

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post #3 of 3 (permalink) Old Jul 29th, 2008, 9:56 am Thread Starter
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I guess I owe you a beer for sure now eh?

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