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I'm looking for a water-bottle/drink holder for my Forza. Have any of you found one that you can recommend?
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I took 2 neoprene can holders, cut the bottom out of the top one, sewed them together and added a nylon strap with Velcro to fit over the handle bars.

Probably have a 1000 miles on thing. No chafing and somewhat easy to get to. Best of all... Free. 8)
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Two words. Ram Mounts...as in www.rammount.com....a little expensive but great. I don't have the drink holder on my bike but do have the GPS holder, camera holder, and phone holder on it. Love them and they are adjustable.
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I have a Ram Mount for my GPS/Phone as well. They are good. I'll check their site for a drink holder.

I also found the Topeaka water bottle cages and mounts on Amazon. Anyone ever use those?
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The RAMs are good, I just can't bring myself to spend 30-50 dollars on a cup holder, but that's me.
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I might try the RAM mount that attaches to the front brake reservoir clamp. Any of you ever use one of these types of Ram mounts?

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I could mount my GPS and drink holder with the 2 ball style. I already have the GPS mount (the X-grip one and it works for my iphone too).
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Yes, that is the one. Go to Amazon.com to try to cut your cost. I found varying costs of the same product on amazon. Ram mount is a trademark so there aren't any copies that I know of, but they have a price leeway. I have the reservoir mounts on my Burgman but couldn't find one specific to the PCX. Still, there is one that is somewhat universal that you could look at. At amazon.com there are 2 major sellers of ram mount products. I purchased half of my stuff from Ram Mount, and the others from National Products, which sells Ram Mount products a little cheaper than Ram Mount itself. Same product, just a bit cheaper. You can see 'RAM' right on the pictures of the products they sell, and that is what you get. Yes they are pricey, but you can swap things out easily. For instance, suppose you have a GPS mount on your scooter but just want to ride locally that day and don't need your GPS. You can unscrew the mount arm and swap the GPS holder for a cup holder in a minute.
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Mel46 wrote:Yes, that is the one. Go to Amazon.com to try to cut your cost. I found varying costs of the same product on amazon. Ram mount is a trademark so there aren't any copies that I know of, but they have a price leeway. I have the reservoir mounts on my Burgman but couldn't find one specific to the PCX. Still, there is one that is somewhat universal that you could look at. At amazon.com there are 2 major sellers of ram mount products. I purchased half of my stuff from Ram Mount, and the others from National Products, which sells Ram Mount products a little cheaper than Ram Mount itself. Same product, just a bit cheaper. You can see 'RAM' right on the pictures of the products they sell, and that is what you get. Yes they are pricey, but you can swap things out easily. For instance, suppose you have a GPS mount on your scooter but just want to ride locally that day and don't need your GPS. You can unscrew the mount arm and swap the GPS holder for a cup holder in a minute.
Do they do a tv mount?
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you you wrote:
Mel46 wrote:Yes, that is the one. Go to Amazon.com to try to cut your cost. I found varying costs of the same product on amazon. Ram mount is a trademark so there aren't any copies that I know of, but they have a price leeway. I have the reservoir mounts on my Burgman but couldn't find one specific to the PCX. Still, there is one that is somewhat universal that you could look at. At amazon.com there are 2 major sellers of ram mount products. I purchased half of my stuff from Ram Mount, and the others from National Products, which sells Ram Mount products a little cheaper than Ram Mount itself. Same product, just a bit cheaper. You can see 'RAM' right on the pictures of the products they sell, and that is what you get. Yes they are pricey, but you can swap things out easily. For instance, suppose you have a GPS mount on your scooter but just want to ride locally that day and don't need your GPS. You can unscrew the mount arm and swap the GPS holder for a cup holder in a minute.
Do they do a tv mount?

Yes but comes without a cable.
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~Cheap_Ride~ wrote:
you you wrote:
Mel46 wrote:Yes, that is the one. Go to Amazon.com to try to cut your cost. I found varying costs of the same product on amazon. Ram mount is a trademark so there aren't any copies that I know of, but they have a price leeway. I have the reservoir mounts on my Burgman but couldn't find one specific to the PCX. Still, there is one that is somewhat universal that you could look at. At amazon.com there are 2 major sellers of ram mount products. I purchased half of my stuff from Ram Mount, and the others from National Products, which sells Ram Mount products a little cheaper than Ram Mount itself. Same product, just a bit cheaper. You can see 'RAM' right on the pictures of the products they sell, and that is what you get. Yes they are pricey, but you can swap things out easily. For instance, suppose you have a GPS mount on your scooter but just want to ride locally that day and don't need your GPS. You can unscrew the mount arm and swap the GPS holder for a cup holder in a minute.
Do they do a tv mount?

Yes but comes without a cable.

Not an issue!

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I have Takeya water bottle, but it's only water bottle which I always have in my car, and I got through Takeya coupons, and don't attach any cup holder in my car, but I thought about it.
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I keep my water under the seat.
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Some of us still follow or old posts. Just FYI, my RAM brake reservoir cover from my Burgman 400 fit my 2013 PCX perfectly. I have 2 RAM mounts on my bike, and I swap out what I attach to them.
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Post by davenowherejones »

I had a ram mount attached to the plastic under the windscreen.

It was just the ball when a girl asked me why I had a butt plug attached there.

I took it off.
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I designed a tray to fit in the factory box to be able to carry coffee cups.
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