RAM-B-179U

RAM Mount 11mm Flat Base

RAM Mount 11mm Flat Base

Description

The RAM Mount 11mm Flat Base features high quality materials ensuring your mobile device is safe, secure, and within easy reach.

Features

  • Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
  • 1" Rubber Ball "B" Size
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$28.49
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$25.49
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The RAM-B-179U, offset motorcycle base, makes attaching to a variety of mounting locations, including handlebars, a breeze. Rubber ball and socket technology allows for almost infinite adjustment and perfect viewing angles. High quality materials insure your mobile electronic device is safe, secure, and within easy reach. RAM's patented design also dampens shock and vibration helping to extend the life of your mobile device. With a turn of a single comfortable to grasp knob, adjustments can be made and the sleek hourglass shape of the arm assembly compliments the lines of any motorcycle.

The RAM-B-252U, base for the RAM-B-179U, consists of a 1" diameter ball and 2.25" x 0.875 base with 11mm hole. This part is often used on motorcycles, attaching to the mirror frame, the main brand of bike for the RAM-B-252U is BMW. This part fits well on many handlebar pinchbolts with a washer (base is 5mm thick).

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RAM Mount 11mm Flat Base RAM-B-179U 11mm Flat Base, with Double Socket Arm and Diamond Adapter
$25.49
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