RAM-VB-181-SW1

RAM Mount Universal Flat Surface Vertical Drill-Down Vehicle Laptop Mount Stand

RAM Mount Universal Flat Surface Vertical Drill-Down Vehicle Laptop Mount Stand

Description

The RAM Mount Universal Flat Surface Vertical Drill-Down Vehicle Laptop Mount Stand installs quickly and easily into the specified vehicles using the existing hardware of the passenger side seat rails.

Features

  • Powder Coated Steel
  • Holes Patterns On Perimeter Of Tray Facilitate The Mounting Of Additional RAM Systems To Support GPS Or Other Electronics
  • Provides Telescoping Feature That Ranges From 12 To 18 Inches
List Price
$187.99
Your Price
$177.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Compatible Vehicles:
Universal, all vehicles that contain flat vertical surfaces including dog houses, engine covers and RAM console boxes.

 Dual swing arms provide articulation and 12 inches of reach for passenger and driver access to the mounted device. Patented rubber ball and socket joint provides additional adjustment as well as shock and vibration isolation. The RAM Tough Tray is spring loaded to accommodate 10" to 16" wide laptops & (17" wide screens). The tray features four adjustable retaining arms with rubber grip feature. These arms can be moved both vertically and horizontally. This allows for a custom fit for varying thicknesses of laptops and the freedom of not blocking ports or drives. A screen support and USB light are also available to accessorize the tray. 

Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Universal Flat Surface Vertical Drill-Down Vehicle Laptop Mount Stand RAM-VB-181-SW1 Universal Flat Surface Vertical Drill-Down Vehicle Laptop Mount Stand
$177.49
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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