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Thread: Moving Mounts

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    Slipping Go Pro Mounts

    So I just received a Go Pro for Christmas. One of the things I noticed is that the mounts dont really seem to keep the camera from moving unless you really crank down on them. I decided to take a small piece of sandpaper, lightly rough the opposing surfaces, and use a little carbon fiber paste, and the mounts hold so much better, without having to crank down on them so hard.

    Just thought Id share my $.02.
    Last edited by nov0798; 01-03-2013 at 01:50 PM.

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    Thanks. I just got my GP3 and the front helmet mount. Will try the sandpaper suggestion.

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    I've always just cranked down on the phillips head bolt recessed inside the thumb knobs. It's convenient, since there's a phillips head screwdriver on just about any bike multitool.

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