RAP-407BU

RAM Mount Seat Tough-Wedge Accessory

RAM Mount Seat Tough-Wedge Accessory

Description

The RAM Mount Seat Tough-Wedge Accessory is a seat wedge mount that fits in the gap between the vehicle seat and center console, allowing easy access and operation of your mobile device.

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$46.49
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$41.49
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The Tough-Wedge™: can also be used for back-seat applications, inserted into the pockets located on the back of the front seats. For capturing video on the go, place the Tough-Wedge™: in your backpack with a RAM camera mount. The included diamond adapter contains the industry standard AMPS hole pattern that allows attachment to a variety of RAM mounts. Hardware included to attach the Tough-Wedge™: to the mount.

Tough-Wedge™: Dimensions:

  • Length: 13.25"
  • Height: 8.25"
  • Depth: 1"
  • Inside Wedge Depth: 0.375" - 0.875"
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$41.49
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