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Ram Mounts (Phone, Tablet, GPS & Camera Mounts for Vehicles) RAM-B-108BU $11.30, RAM-B-342U $14.82 Delivered @ Red Arc

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Red Arc are clearing their Ram Mounts that they have left in stock.

Limited items available, only items that have that red and white add to cart symbol below them can be purchased.

Examples:
RAM-B-108BU is $11.30 at Red Arc (inc. free shipping) and JA-GPS has it for $32.00 and Modest Mounts at 29.55
RAM-B-342U is $14.82 vs $32 at JA-GPS

Hope this helps some people as these mounts are great.

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  • +1 vote

    What is a ram mount?

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      Clearly you are not a ewe

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        Eww

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      Brand that makes fairly rugged phone/GoPro mounts. They're quite common on motorcycles due to the many different options for mounting and customisation

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        And you haven't experienced summer motorcycling until you've fitted your bike with their self-levelling cup holder and loaded it up with a Slurpee or iced coffee 😉

        Sadly, none of said cup holders for sale on the RedArc site.

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    Needed a diamond mount, picked up an arm with two diamond mounts for about the same price. Thanks!

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    Good buying! I needed a new motorcycle stem mount and it's heavily discounted. Thank you.

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    Thanks. Ordered a RAM X-Grip phone mount for my iPhone 12. Already have the RAM Pod vehicle mount in my car.

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      Had to revoke my upvote. Ordered and had my credit card charged 3 days ago, today I received an email from Redarc informing me they don't have stock and have to refund me. A bit disappointed to say the least from a highly regarded Aussie company.

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    Wish this post was listed 2 weeks ago. Purchased a car mount at twice the price from another Ebay seller. Oh well.. Suppose I can at least get some extra part for cheap.

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    By the way. Recommend getting a suction cup base as this is the most likely part to fail out of the parts

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    Any way to mount to bicycle? Had a quick look couldn't work out out

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      Get a clamp or U connector. Then any other mount with say a short arm. Have a look in the moiunt components section.