RAM-HOL-SP1U

RAM Mount Holder for Sporty's E6B

RAM Mount Holder for Sporty's E6B

Description

The RAM Mount Holder for Sporty's E6B allows for you to achieve perfect viewing angles with the turn of an easy to grasp knob.

Features

  • High Strength Composite Material
List Price
$12.99
Your Price
$11.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details


Sporty's knows aircraft products and people who fly know that RAM produces high quality electronics mounts. Offering a custom cradle for the Sporty?s Classic Electronic E6B&3153; Flight Computer and a wide range of mounting options, pilots are sure to get the most out of the E6B™. Strong, lightweight, and easy to adjust mounts can be attached to the glare shield, windscreen, or panel. 

Note:
The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag. The cradle includes a set of two nuts and bolts to connect the cradle to any of the RAM compatible mounts. RAM cradles do not include the RAM-B-238U (Diamond Base & Ball) or RAP-B-238U (Diamond Composite Base & Ball), required to attach to the cradle and RAM mounting system.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Holder for Sporty's E6B RAM-HOL-SP1U Holder for Sporty's E6B
$11.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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