RAM-316-3AU

RAM Mount Universal No-Drill RAM POD III Vehicle Mount

RAM Mount Universal No-Drill RAM POD III Vehicle Mount

Description

The RAM Mount Universal No-Drill POD III Vehicle Mount contains the universal AMPS hole pattern.

Features

  • Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
  • Leg Lengths: 18", 20" and 30"
List Price
$98.99
Your Price
$93.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks

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Details



The RAM-316-3AU consists of 3 rigid aluminum rod legs and mounting base that contains the universal AMPs hole pattern. The base of the mount connects to your seat rail without any drilling necessary. The rigid aluminum rod legs can be bent to position your device to its optimum viewing location.


Installation Instructions:
At right angles to the base of two legs are feet with mounting holes. Simply place the holes into the passenger seat mounting bolts and adjust the mount to the required height with the rigid aluminum rod legs. The third leg on the RAM POD III should also be adjusted to help support the mount. The rigid aluminum rod arms will hold everything you need safely and securely.


Image Part # Product Description Price Stock Order
RAM Mount Universal No-Drill RAM POD III Vehicle Mount RAM-316-3AU Universal No-Drill RAM POD III Vehicle Mount
$93.99
Usually ships in 1-2 weeks
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