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Thread: Car/Van Mounting

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    Car/Van Mounting

    OK. So a while back Frederuco mentioned that the cup holder in his van was a pretty good place to stick a TF so I gave it a try in my Odyessy and sure enough it is a good place.

    Shortly after I got my TF I bought on of these (Breffo Spiderpodium)...LINK
    I haven't used it much since I got it but I got to thinking it might work for holding the TF more securely in the cup holder and sure enough it works quite well.

    The spiderpodium holds it very well, no slipping or sliding at all.

    I have a car charger coming from our supporting vendor, SecondShells.

    I think this is gonna work good.
    Last edited by MikeM; 06-20-2012 at 10:49 AM.
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    Here's my setup.

    That's my prime used as a gps. The whole setup is designed so that the camera can record everything that goes in front.
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