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Old 11-13-2017, 10:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Zachary View Post
Thanks. I'll have to figured out how to direct wire it to my sled. I have a 2006 Crossfire 700. It's pull start only and doesn't have a battery to get 12 volts from.
Here's how I mounted a GPS on my 2006 Crossfire 700...back in the day I was using a Garmin 276 powered through a Marinco plug/receptacle running an ac/dc converter off the sleds accessory plug. The secondary wire you see coming off the mount was for a flat heater element sandwiched between GPS and mount to keep the screen from fading out in the cold...which was a problem with the older Garmin units.

on subsequent sleds I moved GPS mounting to the handlebars for a better view...


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