RAM-S-D-111U-C

Ram Mount Heavy Duty Marine Electronics Mounts

Ram Mount Heavy Duty Marine Electronics Mounts

Description

The Ram Mount Heavy Duty Marine Electronics Mount features a rectangle base that contains different combinations of pre-drilled holes which will match up to many electronic devices and mounts, including Marine GPS, CB radios, Ham Radios, Gimbal Brackets and more.

Features

  • Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum And High Strength Composite
  • 2.25" Rubber "D" Ball Size
  • Weight Capacity: Up To 15 lbs
List Price
$116.49
Your Price
$103.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details

The round base contains pre-drilled holes, including two holes at 180 degrees and three holes at 120 degrees. 


RAM® Pin-Lock™ security solutions are designed to withstand the harshest environments where RAM® Mounts are commonly used. With an emphasis on aesthetics and function, RAM® security nuts/knobs are low profile and only add a small amount of additional bulk to your system when compared to the standard knob included. At a fraction of the cost of currently available keyed locking knobs, the additional peace of mind and tamper resistance comes at a very affordable price.


Overall Height:
8.125"

Note:
The 11" x 3" rectangle base is a universal mounting bracket with a selection of mounting hole locations. In certain applications additional holes may need to be drilled for proper fit with your electronic device.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
Ram Mount Heavy Duty Marine Electronics Mounts RAM-S-D-111U-C Heavy Duty Marine Electronics Mount, with Pin-Lock Security Kit Short Arm
$103.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
Ram Mount Heavy Duty Marine Electronics Mount w/ Combination Pin-Lock Security Kit Short Arm RAM-SG-D-111U-C Heavy Duty Marine Electronics Mount, with Combination Pin-Lock Security Kit Short Arm
$115.49
In Stock
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Handle Wrench for "D" Size Ball Arms and Mounts RAM-KNOB9HU Handle Wrench for "D" Size Ball Arms and Mounts
$19.49
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