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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 07-20-2016, 01:13 PM Thread Starter
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Question Detachable - EZ PASS - Moto Friendly Mount

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I recently picked up an ez pass to make traveling the toll roads easier when on the motorcycle. Now, to get the benefit i need to mount it in a manner that it can transmit properly.

I would prefer something detachable that does NOT muck up anything.

I was thinking the underside of my right saddlebag lid would be a prefect hidden location, but will it work?

I am also considering going with 3M Command Picture Hanging Strips in black and using the top of the fairing just forward of the GPS door for the location. The Command strips can be easily removed later without leaving a mess.

please share your "toll transponder" mount and usage experience with your motorcycle.

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Just mounted with the strips it comes with. Stays at 75 and i take it off the bike when i leave it.
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Just mounted with the strips it comes with. Stays at 75 and i take it off the bike when i leave it.
thanks. i'm gonna stay away from sticking anything to the windshield since i have the option of the top of fairing behind the windshield.
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It's where it has to be. Both cuz the turnpike says so, already got a letter once cuz it didn't pick up and wasn't visible on the camera, and that's where it seems to work best except for the last couple days. But its been on there rain or shine since beginning of june.

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