RAM-B-202-G2U

RAM Mount Base with Garmin Swivel Mounting Hardware

RAM Mount Base with Garmin Swivel Mounting Hardware

Description

The RAM Mount Base with Garmin Swivel Mounting Hardware has a three hole pattern which will connect the base of the Garmin Marine GPS unit swivel mounts.

Features

  • Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
  • 1" Rubber Ball "B" Size
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$10.49
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$9.49
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Details


This base is designed to connect to the following devices:


  • Garmin Fishfinder 120
  • Garmin Fishfinder 140
  • Garmin Fishfinder 160C
  • Garmin Fishfinder 250/250C
  • Garmin Fishfinder 320C
  • Garmin Fishfinder 340C
  • Garmin Fishfinder 400C
  • Garmin Fishfinder 80
  • Garmin Fishfinder 90
  • Garmin GPSMAP 172 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 172C Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 176 GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 176C GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 178C Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 276C GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 292 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 298 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 376C GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 378 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 392 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 398 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 420 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 430 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 440 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 450 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 478 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 492 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 498 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 520 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 525 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 530 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 535 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 540 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 545 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 550 Marine GPS
  • Garmin GPSMAP 555 Marine GPS



Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Base with Garmin Swivel Mounting Hardware RAM-B-202-G2U Mount Base with Garmin Swivel Mounting Hardware, 1"
$9.49
In Stock
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