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Here’s a link to my Ram Mount post in another thread. The stem mount takes some work to get it right but works great once in place.

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I have a Quad Lock mount and it has been working very well for me. I've got it mounted on the left clip on.
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Be careful with mounting a cell phone. My iPhone 11 camera was mounted on a RAM mount and went on the fritz after maybe 10-hours of riding on my snowmobile. Turns out it is a commonly reported problem on various forums including Apple's and mostly reported by bikers. The working theory seems to be that vibrations destroy the delicate mechanisms behind the optical image stabilization.



I know that the problem is not limited to RAM mounts. Most of the posts were Quadlock related but not sure if maybe Apple sells Quadlock on their store or not. Posts indicate that Quadlock acknowledged the problem and developed some sort of mount with vibration dampening, but after this experience I would always be worried that any vibration that inevitably gets through will eventually kill my camera again.

I would assume other phones with optical image stabilization could also be susceptible.

I ended up buying a dedicated handheld GPS for snowmobiling, but now with a bike am considering either mounting a car GPS OR using an older phone and tethering it to my main phone.
 

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Be careful with mounting a cell phone. My iPhone 11 camera was mounted on a RAM mount and went on the fritz after maybe 10-hours of riding on my snowmobile. Turns out it is a commonly reported problem on various forums including Apple's and mostly reported by bikers. The working theory seems to be that vibrations destroy the delicate mechanisms behind the optical image stabilization.



I know that the problem is not limited to RAM mounts. Most of the posts were Quadlock related but not sure if maybe Apple sells Quadlock on their store or not. Posts indicate that Quadlock acknowledged the problem and developed some sort of mount with vibration dampening, but after this experience I would always be worried that any vibration that inevitably gets through will eventually kill my camera again.

I would assume other phones with optical image stabilization could also be susceptible.

I ended up buying a dedicated handheld GPS for snowmobiling, but now with a bike am considering either mounting a car GPS OR using an older phone and tethering it to my main phone.
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The camera lens of Apple mobile phone will be damaged by vibration. Other brands of mobile phones do not have this problem. Many friends around me have encountered this problem.
 

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Hi, did you moved a little bit the clutch? I also bought this and found the space it not enough for the quad lock. I'm new so I dare not to change the position of the clutch.
Thankfully the clutch is inside the engine cases on the right side, so it shouldn't be in the way. Oh, are you referring to the clutch LEVER?
 
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