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#10946177 - 06/29/15 08:40 AM HDS 7 Ram Mount, What Size
Jigfish Offline
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What size ball is best?
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#10948748 - 06/30/15 10:48 AM Re: HDS 7 Ram Mount, What Size [Re: Jigfish]
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its always good to get as big as you can, they are more durable that way
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#10948758 - 06/30/15 10:52 AM Re: HDS 7 Ram Mount, What Size [Re: Jigfish]
Harry Dunn Offline
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I went with the RAM-111 which is the 1.5" ball with a round base. Seems solid enough for an HDS7. Pleased with the purchase.
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#10948806 - 06/30/15 11:23 AM Re: HDS 7 Ram Mount, What Size [Re: Harry Dunn]
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Originally Posted By: Harry Dunn
I went with the RAM-111 which is the 1.5" ball with a round base. Seems solid enough for an HDS7. Pleased with the purchase.


This, it also works okay for the 8, looks a little on the heavy side, but still solid!
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#10948817 - 06/30/15 11:26 AM Re: HDS 7 Ram Mount, What Size [Re: Bovine]
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Originally Posted By: Bovine
its always good to get as big as you can, they are more durable that way


+1

Then when you upgrade to a 9 or 12 you'll be able to just switch out gimbals instead of re-drill holes. That's what I did with my 998 when I upgraded to the 1199. I had the 2.25" and all I had to do was switch the mounts.

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