RAM Mount Fork Stem Motorcycle Base

RAM Mount Fork Stem Motorcycle Base


The RAM Mount Fork Stem Motorcycle Base has a hole pattern that matches the industry standard AMPS hole pattern and will connect to a large variety of RAM Mount and third party cradles.


  • Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
  • 1" Rubber Ball "B" Size
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The RAM-B-176U consists of a fork stem motorcycle base, double socket arm and diamond base adapter. The diamond adapter base has a hole pattern that matches the industry standard AMPS hole pattern and will connect to a large variety of RAM Mount and third party cradles. The mount is designed with a RAM 1" diameter patented rubber ball and socket system that has adjustment points at both ends of the double socket arm; this allowing for almost infinite adjustment and perfect viewing angles. The fork stem base is one of the cleanest ways to mount small electronics on your motorcycle. Simply slide the assembly into the hole of the stem and tighten the machine screw to create a tight fit. This part is designed to fit into the cylindrical bore wall of fork stems and will work with stems that measure from 12 -20mm and 28mm or .5 degrees to 1.10 degrees at the following intervals:

12mm .5 degrees
14mm .5 degrees
16mm .63 degrees
18mm .71 degrees
20mm .79 degrees
28mm 1.10 degrees


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RAM Mount Fork Stem Motorcycle Base RAM-B-176U Fork Stem Motorcycle Base, with Double Socket Diamond
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