RAP-B-397-2U

RAM Mount Universal Medium Tough-Clamp with 1" Ball

RAM Mount Universal Medium Tough-Clamp with 1" Ball

Description

The RAM Mount Universal Medium Tough-Clamp with 1" Ball can be used to mount a variety of products utilizing RAM's vast selection of mounting solutions.

Features

  • High Strength Glass Filled Nylon Construction With Corrosion Resistant Stainless Steel Hardware
  • Swiveling Jaw-End Pads Provide Stable, Even Gripping And Protection Of Mounting Surface
  • Clamp Jaw Is Configured For Round, Flat and Odd Shapes
List Price
$20.99
Your Price
$18.49
In Stock

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Details

An extra pair of hands is something that almost everyone has wished for at some point. The RAM Tough-Clamp is the solution. This extremely versatile product from RAM has endless applications and will certainly become one of your most valued tools. The RAM Tough-Clamp includes a 1" ball which can be used to mount a variety of products utilizing RAM's vast selection of mounting solutions. Attach your GoPro Camera, Smartphone, RAM AQUA BOX Pro or similar light weight device on almost any flat surfaces and square rails.

Clamping Dimensions:

  • Flat surfaces and square rails from 0" to 1.75" thick
  • Round rails from 0.75" to 1.125" OD


Features:

  • 1" rubber ball is compatible with numerous RAM arms and mounts
  • Small, sleek form factor that accommodates for small, tight spaces
  • Built-in lanyard holes
  • Quick engage and release of clamp
  • Lifetime Warranty!
  • Made in U.S.A.


Material:
High Strength Composite

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 Universal Medium Tough-Clamp with 1" Ball RAP-B-397-2U Universal Medium Tough-Clamp with 1" Ball
$18.49
In Stock

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