RAM-B-400-C-UN8U

RAM Mount Tough-Claw Base w/Long Double Socket Arm & Universal X-Grip Cradle w/1" Ball f/7" Tablets

RAM Mount Tough-Claw Base w/Long Double Socket Arm & Universal X-Grip Cradle w/1" Ball f/7" Tablets
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$90.99
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Tough-Claw™ Base w/Long Double Socket Arm & Universal X-Grip® Cradle w/1" Ball f/7" Tablets

The RAM-B-400-C-UN8U consists of the Tough-Claw™ rail clamp base, LONG length double socket arm and universal spring loaded X-Grip® cradle for 7" tablets. The spring loaded X-Grip® cradle expands and contracts, allowing for a perfect custom fit of your tablet. Included are easy access grip knobs for quick insertion and release of your handheld device. The Tough-Claw™ rail clamp base is the perfect mounting base for quick and easy tool-less installation and removal on round, square, odd shaped rails and bars. The Tough-Claw™ can be clamped on rails from 0.625" - 1.5" outer diameter. Perfectly suited for mounting on the yoke of an aircraft, handlebars and seat posts of bicycles, kayak rails, roll bars and much more, the RAM® Tough-Claw™ will soon become another essential RAM® component in your collection of mounting options.

Clamping Range (Rail/Tube Surfaces):
0.625" to 1.5"

Clamping Range (Flat Surfaces):
0" to 1.14"

X-Grip® Cradle Dimensions
Minimum Width = 2.25"
Maximum Width = 5.75"
Depth = 0.875"

Specifications/Features:
  • Rustproof
  • Spring loaded cradle expands and contracts for perfect fit of your device
  • Rubber coated tips will hold device firm and stable
  • High strength glass filled nylon construction with corrosion resistant stainless steel hardware
  • Rubber pads provide stable, even gripping and protection of mounting surface
  • Clamp jaw is configured for round, flat and odd shapes
  • Quick installation and removal of Tough-Claw™
  • Lifetime warranty
  • Made in U.S.A.


Material:
Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum, Marine Grade Stainless Steel Components & High Strength Composite

Ball Size:
1" Rubber Ball "B" Size

Note:
RAM Highly Recommends adding a secondary tethering device for all open cockpit applications while using this product. The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag.
Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Tough-Claw Base w/Long Double Socket Arm & Universal X-Grip Cradle w/1" Ball f/7" Tablets RAM-B-400-C-UN8U Tough-Claw, Small with Long Double Socket Arm and Universal X-Grip Cradle with 1" Ball for 7" Tablets
$80.99
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