We were having a hard time deciding which of the JL Phone Mounts to go with so we decided to try the ProClip, Rugged Ridge Dash Multi Mount 13551.23, and the 67 Designs and compare them all in our latest video:
The ProClip offering is the only one of the 3 that you can position so there is no blocking of the radio screen.After watching the video I think I eliminated the Rugged Ridge option for myself. I wouldn't want a charging cord dangling across the middle of the Infotainment screen. Hard to tell how much one would get in the way with the other two, but you can at least move them a little bit.
Suggest you try it for a few days before you cut the rubber mat. I do think you will feel the phone in the mount obscures the radio screen too much. Got a feeling you are gonna say, no way after you set it up...Yes . . . To hold phone/charge in a convenient location while driving.
Yes, I will. Based on the above video, the 67 unit places the phone in the best position for myself. It also affords the adjustibilty, which the I am looking for.Suggest you try it for a few days before you cut the rubber mat. I do think you will feel the phone in the mount obscures the radio screen too much. Got a feeling you are gonna say, no way after you set it up...
I can see guys that are wanting the mount big ipads, etc. and they will be willing to deal with what I mention.
It's to bad guys/gals can't experience each mount and then make a decision.
Looking forward to your feedback on the mount..
You won’t be disappointed! I have used ProClip in many cars and will continue to do so in other vehicles but for my application in the JL I think the 67d puts the phone in the best position.I currently have 2 ProClip units in my cars and have recommended the said for years. Everyone that gets them loves the PC set-up. However, for my incoming JLUR, I have purchased a 67 Designs set-up. Just changing it up and trying something new this time.