RAM-VB-110

Ram Mount No-Drill Vehicle Laptop Base f/97-15 Ford Expedition

Ram Mount No-Drill Vehicle Laptop Base f/97-15 Ford Expedition
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No-Drill™ Vehicle Laptop Base f/97-15 Ford Expedition

The RAM® No-Drill™ laptop mounting base 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 Expedition (1997-2015)
  • Ford Expedition King Ranch EL (2013)
  • Ford Expedition Limited (2013)
  • Ford Expedition Limited EL (2013)
  • Ford Expedition Ranch EL (2013)
  • Ford Expedition XLT (2013)
  • Ford Expedition XLT EL (2013)
  • Ford F-150 (1997-2003)
  • Ford F-150 Heritage (2004)
  • Ford F-250 Light Duty (1997-2004)
  • Ford Windstar (2004-2007)


Specs & Features
  • Placement of Mount: Passenger side floor board, under seat
  • Drilling Requirements: No - uses existing seat bolts
  • Seat Configuration: Bucket/bench
  • Pole: Purchased Separately
  • Material: Powder Coated Steel
  • Features: One 4" riser is included with this vehicle base. Step feature allows minimized amount of intrusion of passenger leg space. This base will not interfere with factory installed console in most installations.
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Ram Mount No-Drill Vehicle Laptop Base f/97-15 Ford Expedition RAM-VB-110 RAM MOUNT NO DRILL VEHICLE BASE 97-15 FORD EXPEDITION
$111.49
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