RAM Motorcycle Handlebar Clamp with Double Socket Arm & 63mm Round AMPS Base
The RAM-B-367-202 consists of a M8 bolt base, double socket arm and a flat 63mm (2.5”) diameter base that is compatible with TomTom Rider 4xx an 5xx series GPS navigators and other device with the AMPS 4-hole pattern.
This base is the starting point for the easiest way to mount your GPS Device to your motorcycle. It suits all handlebar clamps that use a M8 bolt. Choose a short or long arm and a suitable ball mount for your cradle and you are ready to go.
Your motorcycle rides on rubber tyres for grip and to soften the ride. Why should it be any different for your mounted electronics? With RAM's patented rubber ball and socket technology, the turn of a single knob grips the adjustment arm to a rubber ball designed to dampen shock and vibration.
With RAM products, it's all grip and no slip plus protection for your valuable electronics. Simply place our easy to install ball base onto the motorcycle handlebar top clamp and you're done. After that, a world of mounting possibilities just opened up.
The round base contains a 1" diameter rubber ball connected to a flat 63mm (2.5") diameter base. This mount has pre-drilled holes, including the universal AMPS hole pattern.
Compatible with the following GPS devices –
• TomTom Rider 400
• TomTom Rider 450
• TomTom Rider 550
• Any device with the AMPS 4-hole pattern
Any motorcycle which employs an 8mm bolt or smaller on its structure. A smaller bolt can be used, though the load capacity decreases with the bolt size.
Included in this kit:
• 1 x M8 x 55mm bolt (1.25 thread pitch)
• 1 x M8 x 60mm bolt (1.25 thread pitch)
• 1 x M8 x 65mm bolt (1.25 thread pitch)
Motorcycle handlebar top clamp, any bike that uses an M8 threaded bolt.
Powder Coated Marine Grade Aluminium & High Strength Composite
To determine if these bolts are compatible with your motorcycle measure the bolt for the diameter and add 30mm to the length. If it matches one of the 55, 60, or 65 mm length, then you can use the appropriate bolt supplied with the mount. If it does not match, you may be able to source the correct length of bolt locally. Be sure to use the correct torque spec when attaching the mount.