RAM Mount No Drill Vehicle Laptop Base

RAM Mount No Drill Vehicle Laptop Base


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


  • Low Profile Keeps Mount Away From Passenger Leg Space
  • Installs In Minutes With No Drilling Required
  • Adjustable Riser Included For Pole Adjustment
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Using the passenger side seat rail bolts as attachment points, existing hardware is used to secure the laptop mount base in the vehicle.


  • Placement of Mount: Passenger side, front, where seat rail frame attaches to floor board
  • Drilling Requirements: No, attaches to seat studs
  • Seat Configuration: Bucket
  • Pole: Purchased Separately
  • Material: Powder Coated Steel
  • Features: Quick installtion with no drilling needed, rock solid construction with lifetime warranty
  • Weight: 11.0 lbs

Compatible Vehicles:

  • Nissan NV1500 (2011-2015)
  • Nissan NV2500 HD (2011-2015)
  • Nissan NV3500 HD (2011-2015)
  • Toyota Tundra (2007-2015)
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RAM Mount No Drill Vehicle Laptop Base RAM-VB-180 No Drill Vehicle Laptop Base, for Nissan NV1500, NV2500 HD, NV3500 HD, and Toyota Tundra
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