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Old 10-31-2017, 03:26 PM   #1
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Just curious on what Ram Mount is being used for 2004 E-350 and up. Mainly for my iPhone now but will upgrade to a 7 or 8" tablet.
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Old 07-04-2019, 09:04 PM   #2
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I have several Ram Mounts for many different things phone, tablets, etc

Best Mount made IMO

Universal though mostly, so you decide where to mount, then figure type of mount base, length of arm, then mount style

Mine with rearview mirror mount for tablet, and phone mount on doghouse just out of the frame on bottom

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RAM mounts rule. I was just watching some Youtube videos today on some new possibilities for a project of mine. Check Youtube, there are a LOT of different kinds of RAM mounts. Sky's the limit.
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RAM mounts rule. I was just watching some Youtube videos today on some new possibilities for a project of mine. Check Youtube, there are a LOT of different kinds of RAM mounts. Sky's the limit.
Even more daunting but fascinating is visiting Ram Mount's site---the range of parts, adapters and fittings they have is astounding. I swear we could mount a cat's butt to the windshield and he'd never yelp---or get loose!
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Even more daunting but fascinating is visiting Ram Mount's site---the range of parts, adapters and fittings they have is astounding. I swear we could mount a cat's butt to the windshield and he'd never yelp---or get loose!
You are absolutely right there LMAO
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I work almost exclusively on big trucks; semi's, 18 wheelers, Freightliners, Peterbilts etc etc----RamMounts are everywhere inside those cabs.

Those with mounting bases that are screw-attached to something tend to keep whatever device is installed right where it's set, they just don't lose grip and slip/slide out of adjustment. Overall they're very fairly priced---I can't see too many instances where they'd wear out.

Good products I think.
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