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Getting my off-road navigation ready.
Decided on going with RAM mounts to hold a Garmin 35t on a quick remove mount along drivers side windshield pilar and a Ram mount w/ X-grip to hold an iPad mini Gen 5 right over center speaker on dashboard. Also, attached to that is a Dual Electronics XGPS160 dedicated GPS receiver mounted to the Ram mount using a custom printed holder from Shapeways.

https://www.shapeways.com/product/F53ZDEXN9/dual-xgps-160-mount?productConfiguration=59919272&etId=190841916&utm_source=automated-contact&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=order-shipped&utm_content=2
 

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Update: Here’s what my 2019 Subaru Outback looks like with devices in place. So far pretty happy just a few minor tweaks but I think this is more than enough for my needs. Highly recommend RAM Mounts and the Dual Electronics XGPS160.
 

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Update: Here’s what my 2019 Subaru Outback looks like with devices in place. So far pretty happy just a few minor tweaks but I think this is more than enough for my needs. Highly recommend RAM Mounts and the Dual Electronics XGPS160.
I would also mount a altimeter and compass in the vehicle and carry a paper map as well. With BLM road closures and GPS often having trouble locating a satellite in very Mountenous terrain, I have found the manual Altimeter, Brunton Surveyors compass and a paper map extremely useful. My Garman GPS mapping not laways up to date or grey out.
 
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