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Company: Ride2NS LLC

Product Name:  Ride2NS Roadie

Website:  Ride2NS LLC

List Price: Black 29.99 Chrome 39.99

Ride2NS Roadie

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By gspenla

Contributing Editor
Published: Saturday, May 10, 2008
Category: Car Accessories, Car Mounts - iPhone / iPod

Description:

2G Shuffle mount for use on all 1996-present Harley Davidson motorcycles with factory switch housing.
- Stylish, professionally engineered and looks great. 
- Available in Black or Chrome vacuum plated finish. 
- Will not damage your flash based iPod Shuffle! 
- Made in the USA.

Ride2NS mounts are licensed to use the Made for iPod logo. 
Available via select dealers now.  Contact us via the web if your dealer near you doesn’t carry the Roadie.
A mount for 3G Nano iPod is coming this summer!
Our parts are manufactured in Ohio by DRS Industries from durable ABS.  DRS is a parts supplier for signature vehicles of the big 3 U.S. automotive industry!

Features:

Ride2NS Roadie mounts to the existing left handlebar switch housing top screw with our longer screw, clip on your 2G Shuffle. The Roadie mount places the iPod Shuffle within the motorcycle riders switch thumb print above your horn and hi/low beam switches. 
- Peel off that velcro, with the Roadie, your on tour now! 
- For FLHX, FLHT, FLTR riders, you can use our 2’ black cable and back feed your audio system using your Auxiliary input jack. 
- Our mount can be used on FX, FL, XL series bikes too. You’ll need to use your earbuds. Check and obey all local laws. 
- Designed for 1996 to present switch housing installation.

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