RAM Mount M8 Handlebar Short Base

RAM Mount M8 Handlebar Short Base


The RAM Mount M8 Handlebar Short Base features an all grip and no slip protection for your valuable electronics.


  • Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
  • Motorcycle Handlebar Top Clamp, Any Bike That Uses M8 Threaded Bolt
  • 1" Rubber "B" Ball Size
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Your motorcycle rides on rubber tires for grip and to soften the ride. Why should it be any different for your mounted electronics? With RAM's patented rubber ball and socket technology, the turn of a single knob grips the adjustment arm to a rubber ball designed to dampen shock and vibration. With RAM products, it's all grip and no slip plus protection for your valuable electronics. Simply place our easy to install ball base onto the motorcycle handlebar top clamp and you're done. After that, a world of mounting possibilities just opened up.

(1 QTY) 1" Rubber Ball
(1 QTY) M8 x 55 bolt (1.25 thread pitch)
(1 QTY) M8 x 60 bolt (1.25 thread pitch)
(1 QTY) M8 x 65 bolt (1.25 thread pitch)
(1 QTY) Standard B Size Arm
(1 QTY) Diamond Base with Ball

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RAM Mount M8 Handlebar Short Base RAM-B-186U-A M8 Handlebar Short Base, with Diamond
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