RAM-VB-194

RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Base f/Ford Transit Full Size Van

RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Base f/Ford Transit Full Size Van
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$27.99
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No-Drill™ Laptop Base for Ford Transit Full Size Van

The RAM No-Drill™ laptop mounting base for the Ford Transit Full Size Van features a heavy-duty steel mounting base custom designed to fit this vehicle perfectly. Using the front bench or passenger side seat rail bolts as attachment points, existing hardware is used to secure the laptop mount base in the vehicle.

Compatible Vehicles: Ford Transit Full Size Van (2014-2016)

Specifications & Features:
  • Placement of Mount: Between seat track and seat frame box. Inside front corner of passenger side seat
  • Drilling Requirements: No - utilizes existing vehicle mounting points and hardware
  • Seat Configuration: Bucket
  • Pole: Purchased Separately
  • Material: Powder Coated Steel
  • Weight: 2.25 lbs.


Features:
1. Custom, No-Drill_™mounting base offers lowest profile in the industry
2. Manufactured from high strength steel with a durable powder coat finish
3. If required, high quality fastening hardware is included
4. Mounts using existing seat bolts, no drilling required
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RAM Mount No-Drill Laptop Base f/Ford Transit Full Size Van RAM-VB-194 RAM MOUNT NO DRILL VEHICLE BASE FOR FORD TRANSIT VAN
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