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    Gps

    What is a good gps to strap to the jato?

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    forerunner 201

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    Preferably something thats not discontinued lol

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    http://www.amazon.com/Bushnell-Speed...cket+radar+gun

    Different approach! Unless you drive alone all the time...
    Make it idiot-proof and along comes a better idiot

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    I used my cell phone GPS its hard to find a "real" gps lighter then a cell phone
    living in moms house

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    You can find used 101's on ebay. They are pretty small and could be velcro'd on to the car easily.
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    I use a Garmin E-Trex, it is water and dust proof. I use it in my off road fullsize buggy, rc cars/trucks and in my rc boats.

    As far as the water proof, the gps came out once when my Spartan flipped at the boat pond in about 5 feet of water. Since the Garmin I have is yellow we could see it and I was able to retrieve it. It was in the water for about 15 minutes of so and still working and still works today.
    "enjoy your ride"

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    Garmin etrex 10?

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    Garmin eTrex H, I bought mine in 2009 on sale for $90. But the newer verson/modle seems to be over a $200 but maybe cheaper at a local sporting goods store.


    http://cdn6.factoryoutletstore.com/i...31-00-img3.jpg
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    Thx man...

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