Ram-b-166u Double Ball Twist-lock Suction Cup Mount Garmin Nuvi Ram-hol-ga22u on 2040-parts.com
Katonah, New York, United States
Condition:New other (see details)
Manufacturer Part Number:Does not apply
You are bidding on a new without box Ram mount with Garmin nuvi G ball cradle connector. Purchased it but don't use it. This is a very strong mount.
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Patented universal rubber ball and socket system allows you to mount virtually anything anywhere. Made of marine grade aluminum with a powder coated finish and rubber balls Superior shock and vibration isolation for electronics Unique design provides easy installation, mobility, strength, adjustability and versatility Construction provides a light weight and corrosion resistant product Patented universal rubber ball and socket system allows you to mount virtually anything anywhere. Made of marine grade aluminum with a powder coated finish and rubber balls
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