RAM-B-316-1U

RAM Mount Pod I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount

RAM Mount Pod I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount

Description

The RAM Mount Pod I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount allows you to mount a light to medium weight item in a car safely and secure.

Features

  • Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
  • 1" Rubber Ball "B" Size
List Price
$33.49
Your Price
$31.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details


The RAM-B-316-1U, universal RAM-POD I vehicle mount, consists of a single open socket arm, connected to a 18" long flexible rod. 

Installation Instructions:
At right angles to the base of the flexible 18" long leg is a foot with a mounting hole. Simply place the hole into the passenger seat mounting bolt and adjust the mount to the required height with the flexible leg. The rigid flexible arm will hold everything you need safely and securely.


Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Pod I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount RAM-B-316-1U Pod I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount, No Base
$31.99
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RAM Mount POD I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount w/18" Flex Rod & Diamond Adapter Base RAM-B-316-1-238U POD I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount, with 18" Flex Rod and Diamond Adapter Base
$35.49
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RAM Mount Ram Pod I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount w/Netbook Tray RAM-B-316-1-234-6U POD I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount, with Netbook Tray
$75.99
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RAM Mount Ram Pod I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount RAM-B-316-1-UN9 Ram Pod I Universal No-Drill Vehicle Mount, with Universal X-Grip III Holder for Large Tablets
$106.99
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