RAM-VB-195

RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Bases

RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Bases

Description

The RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Bases feature a heavy-duty steel mounting base custom designed to fit this vehicle perfectly.

Features

  • Placement Of Mount: Passenger Side, In Front, Where Seat Frame Meets Floor Board
  • No Drilling, Utilizes Existing Vehicle Mounting Points And Hardware
  • Bucket Seat Configuration
List Price
$43.99
Your Price
$41.49
In Stock

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Details

  • Pole: Purchased Separately
  • Material: Powder Coated Steel
  • Custom, No-Drill™ mounting base offers lowest profile in the industry
  • Manufactured from high strength steel with a durable powder coat finish
  • If required, high quality fastening hardware is included
  • Mounts using existing seat bolts, no drilling required
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Bases RAM-VB-195 No-Drill Laptop Base, for 2015 Ford F-150
$41.49
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RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Base f/Dodge Journey, Ford Escape, Ford Focus, Jeep Compass & Jeep Patriot RAM-VB-188 No-Drill Laptop Base, for Dodge Journey, Ford Escape, Ford Focus, Jeep Compass, and Jeep Patriot
$66.49
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RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Base f/Ford Econoline Van (1995-2013) RAM-VB-119 No-Drill Laptop Base, for Ford Econoline Van (1995-2013)
$77.49
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RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Base f/Buick Rendesvouz & Dodge Sprinter Van RAM-VB-106R4 No-Drill Laptop Base, for Buick Rendesvouz and Dodge Sprinter Van
$82.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Base f/Ford Ranger & Explorer Sport Trac RAM-VB-113 No-Drill Laptop Base, for Ford Ranger and Explorer Sport Trac
$87.99
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RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Base f/Chevrolet 2500 C/K, 3500 C/K, Silverado, Suburban, Tahoe, GMC Sierra & Yukon RAM-VB-102 No-Drill Laptop Base, for Chevrolet 2500 C/K, 3500 C/K, SIlverado, Suburban, Tahoe, GMC Sierra and Yukon
$91.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Base f/Chevrolet Colorado & GMC Canyon Crew Cab RAM-VB-116A No-Drill Laptop Base, for Chevrolet Colorado and GMC Canyon Crew Cab
$114.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Base f/Ford F-150 (2004-2013) w/Riser & Lincoln Mark LT (2005-2010) RAM-VB-109A No-Drill Laptop Base, for Ford F-150 (2004-2013) with Riser and Lincoln Mark LT (2005-2010)
$116.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Base f/Chevy Silverado 1500/2500/3500, Suburban, Tahoe, GMC Sierra 1500/2500/3500 RAM-VB-193 No-Drill Laptop Base, for Chevy Silverado 1500/2500/3500, Suburban, Tahoe, GMC Sierra 1500/2500/3500
$162.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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