RAM Motorcycle Base with 9mm Hole and 1" Ball (RAM-B-272U)

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  • 1 x RAM Motorcycle Base with 9mm Hole and 1" Ball (RAM-B-272U)

    The RAM-B-272U features a 1" diameter ball and base with 9mm hole. This part is often used on motorcycles, attaching to the mirror frame, the main brand of bike for the RAM-B-272U is BMW.

    The RAM-B-272U is often used with a double-socket clamp arm and a RAM cradle of your choice (whether for phone, GPS, GoPro & more).

    • Material: Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminium
    • Ball Size: 1" Rubber Ball "B" Size
    • Weight:0.17lbs
    Note:The "U" in the part number reflects product packaged in poly bag.



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      Will M.
      Good solid product

      Much better than expected. Have had no issues

      David G.
      Australia Australia
      Ram motorcycle base with 9mm hole

      Good quality product and great to mount under mirror stem as space was limited.

      Matthew H.
      Australia Australia
      1" Ball Mount with 9mm hole

      Great Item well built well worth the money

      Davor N.
      Australia Australia
      RAM Motorcycle Base with 9mm Hole and 1" Ball

      Happy with the product..

      Lea .
      Australia Australia
      Not just for motorcycles

      Fits perfectly to mount a tablet holder to a 2003 Pajero Exceed NP, without any drilling, mess or awkward positions! Just take off one the screws above the screen in the central dashboard console, and use a similar but longer screw with a washer to secure the ball base. We have mounted an arm and an 8" tablet holder to it, it looks fantastic and is very easy to use for both passenger and driver. Great website and delivery too, no complaints at all. Can't wait till this whole virus thing is over and we can actually test the mount (and the nav device on it) properly!