Has anyone tried these gaskets out yet , if so what was the verdict.
They look as though they will last longer than those silly graphite jokes.
I'm in the progress of buying a new Satnav.
I think I narowed it down to either the Garmin Zumo 390LM or the TomTom Rider V4.
Or are the others out there?
Any drawbacks on any of the two contenders?
I need a replacement headlight bulb and I checked on wemoto and it quotes a H4 P43T. Is this one on eBay the same RED LABEL H4 472 CAR HALOGEN HEADLAMP BULB 12V 60/55W P43t 17mm | eBay
Just checking because it states 'car' in the listing
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ANother tale of blindly (pun intended) following the Prat-Nav - Sat-nav mix up leaves pupils in Towyn not Tywyn.
Still, it was only 80 miles from where they should have been.
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Saw this on the news 20 mins ago, what a traggic accident. Appears an Augusta 109 hit a roof crane. Nothing confirmed yet appears low level fog / mist are the cause and question over whether the Nav lights were on, on the roof of the crane t know if the pilot saw it.
Feel sorry for the pilot and...
Boris my good fellow,
Was quite impressed by your sat nav when I got lost on Raasay last week ( I know, three roads on the island and I still feked up etc etc :confused::confused::rolleyes: ) :D
Be a good chap and divulge the make and model :thumbup:
Oh and what pros and cons
Looking for a TomTom GO satnav. Pretty much any model considered but mush have headphone socket and provisions for an SD card
It needn't be a bike specific job so something like a Go 520/30 or Go 720/30 would be ideal.
Does anyone use a car satnav. Im wondering whether to get a new satnav but bike ones are so expensive and a car one can be got for a lot less. I was wondering if they would fit in an aqua box and still be seen. Im not bothered about having an earpiece to hear it also
Does anyone use a tank bag on their TA? It would be a useful place to put a satnav, but with the, er, 'distinctive' shape of the TA tank, it doesn't look as if a standard tank bag will fit. Anyone got a solution, please?
In my ham fistedness replacing a battery pack I've managed to damage a component on my satnav mainboard and I'm looking for someone who has access to surface mount rework equipment.
Anyone capable of helping out?
My other Autoccom unit
NOT redy to be wired in,i used to run it off a 9V Batterie
comes with 2 leads
One is a connection lead for a Zumo Satnav and the other is a flexi lead where you can plug your own earphones in
Looking for £75 +P&P