RAM Mount Universal Side Mount 3 Finger Holder Rail Mount

RAM Mount Universal Side Mount 3 Finger Holder Rail Mount


The RAM Mount Universal Side Mount 3 Finger Holder Rail Mount makes attaching to handlebars, tubing, or railing a breeze.


  • High Strength Composite Material and Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
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Simple to install and easy to use, the possibilities become endless. Rubber ball and socket technology allows for almost infinite adjustment and perfect viewing angles. High quality materials insure your electronic device is safe, secure, and within easy reach. RAM's patented design also dampens shock and vibration helping to extend the life of your mobile device. Included in this package is hardware for tubing that is 0.50" to 1.25" in diameter.

Cradle length sizes for each set of three arms:
Short Length: 1/2"
Medium Length: 7/8"
Long Length: 1 3/16"

Cradle Clamping Dimensions:
Width: 2 7/8" - 3.5"
Thickness: 3/8" - 1 1/8"

This mount is designed to hold the following devices:

  • Bendix/King AV80R
  • Mio 268 Plus
  • Mio 269
  • Mio c310
  • Mio c510e
  • Mio c710
  • Navman iCN 320
  • Navman iCN 510
  • Navman iCN 520
  • Navman iCN 540
  • Navman iCN 550
  • Navman iCN 570
  • Navman iCN 750
  • Sony PSP
  • TomTom GO 930
  • TomTom GO 930T

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