RAM-B-189B-PIV1U

RAM Mount Dual Articulating Suction Cup Base with 1" Ball Base

RAM Mount Dual Articulating Suction Cup Base with 1" Ball Base

Description

The RAM Mount Dual Articulating Suction Cup Base with 1" Ball Base is the ideal solution for secure suction cup mounting.

Features

  • Customize Mounting Position For Convex And Concave Surfaces By Re-positioning Suction Cup Bases
  • Dual Suction Cups Provide Extra Strength And Stability For Devices Up To 5lbs
  • Commercial Grade Product For Unparalleled Performance
List Price
$48.99
Your Price
$43.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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RAM Suction Cups are regarded as one of the most impressive suction cups in the world. Their incredible holding power is surprising when considering how most suction cups function. When two suction cups are used together the performance is amazing. The RAM Dual Articulating Suction Cup is an amazing innovation in suction cup mounting. With the ability to independently articulate each suction cup, this mounting base can be used in a variety of applications such as curved windows and surfaces. Whether you are mounting to a curved surface on a vehicle, or a curved windshield, this product is the ideal solution for secure suction cup mounting.

Features:

  • Customize mounting position for convex and concave surfaces by repositioning suction cup bases
  • Dual suction cups provide extra strength and stability for devices up to 5 lbs.
  • Commercial grade product for unparalleled performance
  • Dual suction cups for redundancy
  • High strength materials maximize longevity of the mount
  • Ball and socket mounting system offers ease of adjustment product adjustment
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in U.S.A.


Material:
High Strength Composite & Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum

Ball Size:
1" Rubber Ball "B" Size

Note:
The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag.

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RAM Mount Dual Articulating Suction Cup Base with 1" Ball Base RAM-B-189B-PIV1U Dual Articulating Suction Cup Base with 1" Ball Base
$43.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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