RAP-S-NUT5U

RAM Mount Mixed Combination Pin-Lock Security Nut and Key Knob

RAM Mount Mixed Combination Pin-Lock Security Nut and Key Knob

Description

The RAM Mount Mixed Combination Pin-Lock Security Nut and Key Knob is the perfect accessory for keeping your mounted electronic device safe from theft and tampering.

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  • High Strength Composite Material
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$7.99
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$6.99
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The RAP-S-NUT5U consists of a 1/2"-20 female threaded security nut and key knob. The RAP-S-NUT5U replaces all knobs on 2.25"/3.38" diameter D/E size arms and mounts. The RAP-S-NUT5U offers the ideal amount of leverage to properly tighten your mount to prevent slippage in heavy chop or in extreme vibration environments. With an emphasis on aesthetics and function, the RAP-S-NUT5U is low in profile and only adds 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. The RAP-S-NUT5U is the perfect accessory for keeping your mounted electronic device safe from theft and tampering.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Mixed Combination Pin-Lock Security Nut and Key Knob RAP-S-NUT5U Mixed Combination Pin-Lock Security Nut and Key Knob, for 2.25"/3.38" Diameter D/E Size Arms
$6.99
In Stock
RAM Mount Mixed Combination Pin-Lock Security Knob & Key Knob f/1" Diameter B Size Arms RAP-S-KNOB3U Mixed Combination Pin-Lock Security Knob and Key Knob, for 1" Diameter B Size Arms
$6.49
In Stock
RAM Mount Mixed Combination Pin-Lock Security Knob & Key Knob f/1.5" Diameter C Size Arms RAP-S-KNOB5U Mixed Combination Pin-Lock Security Knob and Key Knob, for 1.5" Diameter C Size Arms
$8.49
In Stock

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