RAM-B-316-121B-238U

RAM Mount POD I Universal Mount with Clamp Base Connecting to Diamond Base

RAM Mount POD I Universal Mount with Clamp Base Connecting to Diamond Base

Description

The RAM Mount POD I Universal Mount with Clamp Base Connecting to Diamond Base quickly and easily attaches to the seat frame and includes a flexible rod allowing for a custom fit.

Features

  • 18" Flex Arm Length
  • High Strength Composite Material
List Price
$57.49
Your Price
$54.99
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Mount Description:
Aviation mounts have been a part of the RAM product line since the beginning. Quality, lightweight, and versatile products that will enhance any cockpit can be found right here and at affordable prices. Our new EZ-ON/OFF Flexible Seat Clamp Mount quickly and easily attaches to the seat frame and includes a flexible rod allowing for a custom fit. Also part of this dynamic system is the patented rubber ball and socket feature that allows for almost infinite viewing angles and unsurpassed ergonomics. This system is ideal for supporting a wide range of common items used to make every flight fun, safe, and comfortable. The diamond base and ball has 2 holes, that match the universal AMPS hole pattern, positioned at 1.912'' from center to center.

Clamp Base Description:
Both strong and light weight, the clamping base for the EZ-ON/OFF Flexible Seat Clamp Mount is perfect for supporting your electronic device. Modular in design, switch out the clamps for a perfect fit no matter what the mounting surface. Crafted to hold firm to most glare shields, yokes, or tubing, practically any aircraft can benefit from this product. Simple to use and exceptionally versatile, RAM has created another "must have" for any pilot.



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RAM Mount POD I Universal Mount with Clamp Base Connecting to Diamond Base RAM-B-316-121B-238U POD I Universal Mount with Clamp Base Connecting To Diamond Base
$54.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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