There is a really cool map app called Maprika that I like using when I am out wheeling at Rausch Creek.
This app has many cool features, but the one I like the most, is tracking myself on the trails. I can see where I am going, and it tracks where I have been.
However, being out on the trails without a co-pilot makes for difficult navigation. When my friend, CPO from Overclock3d Jeeps, collaborated with me on Episode 8 of Jeep Momma's Garage, I discovered a cool gadget to help me with my navigation.
A phone mount for the JK's by 67Designs.
This Jeep JK Mount with Universal Mount retails for $69.
Money well spent!
This mount is easy to install.
Step 1: You just remove the plastic change tray on your dash.
Step 2: There is a OEM hex head screw in place that you use to attach the phone mount. Unscrew this screw.
Step 3: Attach the 20 mm ball mount in the dash with the OEM hex head screw.
Step 4: Attach the carbon fiber arm to the 20mm ball mount.
Step 5: Attach the Universal Aluminum Squeeze mount with 20 mm ball to the carbon fiber arm.
I love that I can rotate my phone 360 degrees on the 20 mm ball for a portrait or landscape orientation.
It's a simple one handed operation - no buttons to open or release the device. Just push one side away and slide in the phone.
I am looking forward to the next time on the trails to be able to track myself on the map with Maprika!
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