RAP-SBA-RGLU

RAM Mount Snap Link Arm

RAM Mount Snap Link Arm

Description

The RAM Mount Snap Link Arm will attached to the EZ-strap base, making it a complete mounting system for Garmin GPS devices that contain a factory mounting bracket that accommodates the Garmin "G-Ball".

Features

  • "U" In The Part Number Reflects Product Packaged In Poly Bag
  • Overall Length Of The Long Arm Adapter Is 3"
  • High Strength Composite Material
List Price
$3.99
Your Price
$3.49
In Stock

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Details


The RAM-to-Garmin double ball LONG arm is compatible with the following Garmin GPS devices:

  • nuLink! 1695
  • nuvi 1200
  • nuvi 1250
  • nuvi 1260T
  • nuvi 1300
  • nuvi 1300LM
  • nuvi 1340T
  • nuvi 1350
  • nuvi 1350LMT
  • nuvi 1350T
  • nuvi 1370T
  • nuvi 1390LMT
  • nuvi 1390T
  • nuvi 1450
  • nuvi 1450LMT
  • nuvi 1450T
  • nuvi 1490LMT
  • nuvi 1490T
  • nuvi 1690
  • nuvi 1695
  • nuvi 200
  • nuvi 200W
  • nuvi 205
  • nuvi 205W
  • nuvi 2200
  • nuvi 2250
  • nuvi 2250LT
  • nuvi 2300
  • nuvi 2300LM
  • nuvi 2350
  • nuvi 2350LMT
  • nuvi 2350LT
  • nuvi 2360LMT
  • nuvi 2360LT
  • nuvi 2370LT
  • nuvi 250
  • nuvi 250W
  • nuvi 255
  • nuvi 255W
  • nuvi 260
  • nuvi 260W
  • nuvi 265T
  • nuvi 265WT
  • nuvi 270
  • nuvi 275T
  • nuvi 285WT
  • nuvi 295W
  • nuvi 300
  • nuvi 300T
  • nuvi 310
  • nuvi 310T
  • nuvi 350
  • nuvi 360
  • nuvi 360T
  • nuvi 370
  • nuvi 370T
  • nuvi 3750
  • nuvi 3760LMT
  • nuvi 3760T
  • nuvi 3790
  • nuvi 3790LMT
  • nuvi 3790T
  • nuvi 465T
  • nuvi 500
  • nuvi 5000
  • nuvi 510
  • nuvi 550
  • nuvi 600
  • nuvi 610
  • nuvi 650
  • nuvi 660
  • nuvi 670
  • nuvi 680
  • nuvi 710
  • nuvi 750
  • nuvi 755T
  • nuvi 760
  • nuvi 760T
  • nuvi 765T
  • nuvi 770
  • nuvi 775T
  • nuvi 780
  • nuvi 785T
  • nuvi 850
  • nuvi 855
  • nuvi 860
  • nuvi 880
  • nuvi 885T
  • StreetPilot c530
  • StreetPilot c550
  • StreetPilot c580
  • StreetPilot i2
  • StreetPilot i3
  • StreetPilot i5
  • zumo 220
  • zumo 660
  • zumo 665




Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Snap Link Arm RAP-SBA-RGLU Snap Link Arm, RAM-To-Garmin, Long
$3.49
In Stock

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