RAM-B-177U

RAM Mount Glare Shield Clamp Mount with Diamond Base Adapter

RAM Mount Glare Shield Clamp Mount with Diamond Base Adapter

Description

The RAM Mount Glare Shield Clamp Mount with Diamond Base Adapter has a hole pattern that will connect to most RAM cradles.

Features

  • Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
  • 1" Rubber Ball "B" Size
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$38.99
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$34.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

The RAM-B-177U consists of a double socket arm, glare shield clamp base and diamond base adapter. The RAM-B-177U is designed to mount to the lip edge of a flat surface up to 1" thick. Popular mounting edges include a car side window edge lip or glare shield on an airplance. The base has two composite bolts that, when tightened, clamp the base to the lip surface. A RAM 1" diameter rubber ball is connected to the base allowing you to connect a RAM 1" diamter arm socket and connection plates to create the perfect mount for your application. 

Mount will attach to flat surfaces with the following dimensions:

  • Min: 4.4mm / 0.17"
  • Max: 28.0mm / 1.12"

 

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RAM Mount Glare Shield Clamp Mount with Diamond Base Adapter RAM-B-177U Glare Shield Clamp Mount with Diamond Base Adapter
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