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RAMŽ Composite Double Socket Swivel & Ratchet Arm

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Part# 11-16193
MFR Model# RAP-B-200-2U

Overview

The RAP-B-200-2U consists of double 1" B size diameter open sockets with a 360-degree center rotation point and a connecting 180-degree swivel joint. The central pivot point provides unsurpassed adjustability for 1" B size ball bases, device holders, and adapters that are connected via the sockets.
   
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Features

  • Double socket swivel and ratchet arm features 360-degree center rotation and 180-degree swivel joint with an overall length of 6.25" and a socket-to-socket length of 5.5"
  • Attaches to any B size RAMŽ ball component, including mounting bases and device holders
  • Double ball and socket technology allows for near-infinite adjustability of your RAMŽ mounting system
  • Backed by a lifetime warranty

Specifications

  • Product Dimensions: Overall Length - 6.25"
  • Socket to Socket Length: 5.5"
  • Ball size: B size (1")
  • Weight Capacity: Standard use - 2 lbs
  • heavy-duty use: 1 lb
  • Materials: High Strength Composite
  • Packaging Type: Poly Bag
  • Weight: 0.42 lb
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Does exactly what i needed it to do.

Tom M Verified Purchase

RAM DOUBLE SOCKET SWIVEL ARM FOR 1" BALLS RAP-B-200-2U

May 13, 2024

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