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  1. DualSport

    DualSport Ride Organizer

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  2. DualSport

    DualSport Ride Organizer

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  3. MikeF

    MikeF ODSC-OFTR Member

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    The timing is good for me... my Oregon screen is failing due to a misadventure with the ground :(

    Unfortunately, the USD-CAD exchange rate isn't going to help the retail price here in Canada.
  4. brucedwilson

    brucedwilson ODSC Executive

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  5. alon

    alon ODSC-OFTR Member

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    Wow, that's even better than "factory reconditioned" pricing. Great find Bruce. If that was available when I bought my Montana 600, I probably would have bought it and lived with the smaller display.
  6. ecarnell

    ecarnell ODSC-OFTR Member

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    Please anyone post up if they find a great deal on the Montana 600 (old stock) like the Oregon Bruce found!
  7. alon

    alon ODSC-OFTR Member

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  8. Eduardo

    Eduardo ODSC-OFTR Member

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    A word of caution about refurbished Montana 600/650 units. Watch for / specify / ask about the integrity of the battery door seal contact.

    Some users overstuff the battery door with foam (ear plugs) and the plastic bayonette cam (inside the unit) deforms and it cannot be fixed at home by most. I have seen this issue pass the refurb spec at least here in Canada.

    Because of the position on the GPS on a handlebar water is not likely to flow up to, but is free to see the battery, SD card and the insides of the GPS.