RAM-B-152-404

Ram Mount LED Spotlight Mount w/Medium Size Tough-Claw

Ram Mount LED Spotlight Mount w/Medium Size Tough-Claw
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LED Spotlight Mount with Medium Size Tough-Claw™

The RAM Mounts LED Spotlight has been completely redesigned. We have integrated a new LED bulb that yields a brighter and more efficient light that enables you to add safety and lower power draw to your ATV, boat or vehicle. The weather-resistant body shields the 30° spot light LED bulb, which yields a wider and brighter range of light, from the elements. The long cord with standard 12v plugin means you can mount the light from nearly any location.

The RAM-B-152-404 includes the Medium RAM® Tough-Claw; the perfect mounting base for quick and easy tool-less installation and removal on round, square, odd shaped rails and bars. The Tough-Claw™ can be clamped on rails from 1" to 1.875" outer diameter. Perfectly suited for mounting on any handlebars, roll bars and much more, the RAM® Tough-Claw™ with LED Spotlight will soon become another essential RAM® component in your collection of mounting options.
Clamping Range (Rail/Tube Surfaces):
1" to 1.875"
Clamping Range (Flat Surfaces):
0" to 1.6"

Bulb Specifications:
  • PAR36
  • 12 Volts DC
  • 9 Watts
  • 1900 Lumens
  • Sealed Beam
  • 30-Degree Spot Light
  • Frosted Lens
  • 4500K Color Temp


Tough-Claw™ Features:
  • High strength glass filled nylon construction with corrosion resistant stainless steel hardware
  • Rubber pads provide stable, even gripping and protection of mounting surface
  • Clamp jaw is configured for round, flat and odd shapes
  • Quick installation and removal of Tough-Claw™
  • Lifetime Warranty
  • Made in U.S.A.


Material:
Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum and High Strength Composite
Ball Size:
1" Rubber Ball "B" Size
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Ram Mount LED Spotlight Mount w/Medium Size Tough-Claw RAM-B-152-404 RAM MOUNT SPOTLIGHT MOUNT W/ MEDIUM SIZE TOUGH-CLAW
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