RAM-B-132RU

RAM Mount Drink Cup Holder with U-Bolt Base

RAM Mount Drink Cup Holder with U-Bolt Base

Description

The RAM Mount Drink Cup Holder with U-Bolt Base can be easily installed and positioned to keep your favorite beverage within reach.

Features

  • High Strength Composite And Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
  • 1" Rubber Ball "B" Size
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$38.49
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$36.49
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A favorite world wide, the RAM self leveling drink cup holder will bring a smile to anyone's face when they get it. The perfect accessory for any vehicle including motorcycles, ATV's, Big Rigs, and yes, even your prized riding lawn mower. Easily installed and positions to keep your favorite beverage within reach, this gem even comes with a RAM can insulator. Take a corner as hard as you like, this holder is ready to ride.

Motorcycle Handlebar Mount Description:
The u-bolt base makes attaching to handlebars, tubing, or railing a breeze. Simple to install and easy to use, the possibilities become endless. Rubber ball and socket technology allows for almost infinite adjustment and perfect viewing angles. High quality materials insure your device is safe, secure, and within easy reach. RAM's design also dampens shock and vibration helping to extend the life of your mobile device. Included in this package is hardware for tubing that is 0.50" to 1.25" in diameter.

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RAM Mount Drink Cup Holder with U-Bolt Base RAM-B-132RU Drink Cup Holder with U-Bolt Base
$36.49
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