I'm not going to screw into the dash not only because I will have holes
You won't see the holes because there will be screws in them.
the placement would be in the way when I ran my GPS on the window.
I only use my GPS on trips. If it were something I'd need all the time, I'd come up with a way to accommodate both the radio and the GPS at the same time.
I think I will try the 3M stuff first it's not like the cheap Velcro stuff
I'm pretty fond of the Scotch dual lock stuff and I use it for a lot of things. I don't think it's well suited for mounting a control head on a dashboard though unless it's perfectly flat and you can get a fair amount of surface area to make contact. Then the problem becomes getting the head on and off, because you can't just "peel" it off, it would need to be pried. If the intent is to leave it in place, then the dual lock is superfluous, just screw the bracket in and be done with it.
If you're not fond of the idea of having screw holes in the dash, you're really not going to like what happens when you try and get the goo off from a patch of dual lock.
haha for some reason my email notification are not working anyways I know how large the air bag is for the passenger side is since I totaled one of my Subaru's last year it's large enough to knock the rear view mirror off.. mater of fact I saved the passenger bag. I know pretty much the ins and out of the Subaru (pulled the motor 2 weeks ago for work) So I know which wires to avoid
having said that I don't want to put holes in the dash because once I take the head off the holes will show.
the dual lock separates at I think 20 lb/inch
btw I've never seen googly stuff from the dual lock mater of fact ezpass puts the stuff on the tag readers that you use on your windshield, I had to pull mine off when I totaled the car and it had a good bond, but then again it was glass..
What's the weight of most of the remote heads anyways?