RAM-101-LO11

RAM Mount 1.5" Ball Marine Electronic "Rugged Use" Mount for Lowrance Mark and Elite 5

RAM Mount 1.5" Ball Marine Electronic "Rugged Use" Mount for Lowrance Mark and Elite 5

Description

The RAM Mount 1.5" Ball Marine Electronic "Rugged Use" Mount for Lowrance Mark and Elite 5 serves as a quick release mechanism that allows you to remove or transfer your Fishfinder in seconds.

Features

  • Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
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$46.49
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$41.49
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The RAM-101-LO11 consists of a double socket arm, 2.5" diameter round base with the universal AMPS hole pattern and adapter base that inserts directly to the back of Lowrance Elite 5 and Mark-5 Fishfinders. The adapter serves as a quick release mechanism, allowing you to remove or transfer your Fishfinder in seconds. Designed into the mount is a 1.5" diameter patented rubber ball and socket system with adjustment points at both socket ends of the arm; this with RAM's rubber ball and socket technology allows for almost infinite adjustment and perfect viewing angles.

This mount is compatible with the following electronic devices:
Lowrance Elite-5
Lowrance Elite-5M
Lowrance Elite-5X
Raymarine Apelco Fishfinder with matching hole pattern

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount 1.5" Ball Marine Electronic "Rugged Use" Mount for Lowrance Mark and Elite 5 RAM-101-LO11 1.5" Ball Marine Electronic "Rugged Use" Mount for Lowrance Mark and Elite 5
$41.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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