RAM-B-166-326-VIS-G1U

RAM Mount Suction Cup Mount with Dark Green Sun Visor

RAM Mount Suction Cup Mount with Dark Green Sun Visor

Description

The RAM Mount Suction Cup Mount with Dark Green Sun Visor offers ideal blockage of glare while ensuring no obstruction or distortion of view.

Features

  • Swapping Visors To Change Level Of Tint
  • Quick And Easy Stowage Of The Visor
  • Changing For Left or Right Hand Use
List Price
$72.99
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$64.99
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The RAM-B-166-326-VIS-G1U consists of a 3.25" twist lock suction cup base, double socket arm, EZY-Mount quick release female adapter and dark green sun visor: 50% tint. The injection molded RAM sun visor is an industry first, offering ideal blockage of glare while ensuring no obstruction or distortion of view. Utilizing RAM's patented Twist-Lock suction cup and rubber ball and socket technologies create the ultimate in adjustability and versatility. Quickly install your sun visor exactly where you need it the moment the sun's position changes by simply attaching the suction cup to a non-porous surface and adjusting the articulating arm. A quick release feature enables the user to quickly switch between multiple sun visors with a variety of color and tint options. Rapidly move between left and right handed operation, as well as pilot and co-pilot use.

Sun Visor Dimensions:
8" x 13"

Features:

  • Change between pilot and co-pilot use
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in the U.S.A.


Material:
High Strength Composite, Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum & Poly(methyl methacrylate)

Ball Size:
1" Rubber Ball "B" Size

Note:
The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag.

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Suction Cup Mount with Dark Green Sun Visor RAM-B-166-326-VIS-G1U Suction Cup Mount with Dark Green Sun Visor, 50% Tint
$64.99
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