RAP-224-1U

RAM Mount 3.3" Suction Cup Base with Twist Lock

RAM Mount 3.3" Suction Cup Base with Twist Lock

Description

The RAM Mount 3.3" Suction Cup Base with Twist Lock contains a standard RAM double hole diamond shaped end.

Features

  • High Strength Composite Material
  • 1" Rubber Ball "B" Size
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$12.99
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The 3.3" diameter suction cup is designed to have an extra strong hold on any smooth non-porous surface, but for best result, mount the suction cup on a glass surface. The diamond shaped end has two holes 1.912" from center to center. This will connect to RAM-B-238 Diamond Plates Series, the universal industry standard AMPS hole pattern or directly to the back of the RAM Composite HOL Cradles. This suction base DOES NOT have a RAM 1" rubber connection ball.


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$11.99
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