RAM Mounting Systems for Portable ElectronicsRAM RAM-111U-D Mount Marine Electronics Mount Long Arm Gimbal Bracket
RAM RAM-111U-D Mount Marine Electronics Mount Long Arm Gimbal Bracket
DetailsRAM MOUNT MARINE ELECTRONICS MOUNT LONG ARM GIMBAL BRACKETThe RAM-111U-D consists of a 2.5" diameter round base that contains the universal AMPs hole pattern, LONG LENGTH double socket arm and 6.25" x 2" rectangle base. The rectangle base contains different combinations of pre-drilled holes which will match up to many electronic devices and mounts, including Marine GPS, CB Radios, Ham Radios, Gimbal Brackets and more.
The RAM-111U-D is Compatible With:
Garmin Fishfinders and GPS Chartplotters
Humminbird Fishfinders and GPS Chartplotters
Lowrance Fishfinders and GPS Chartplotters
Raymarine Fishfinders and GPS Chartplotters
Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminum
1.5" Rubber Ball Size
- Wrist / Fitness GPS
- Automotive GPS Units
- Handheld GPS Units
- Chartplotters / GPS
- Fishfinders / GPS
- Motorcycle / ATV GPS
- Two-Way Radio / GPS
- Safety & Tracking
- Camping & Outdoors
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