PREORDER - Will begin shipping in 2-4 weeks. There is a lot of demand for this product so get your order in sooner than later!!
You got Packouts... You want to mount stuff. Look no further than the Packible Tool RAM.
This universal adapter allows you to mount anything you want to the Milwakee Packout® aluminum corner rails. It adapts from the packout rail profile to a universal mounting point where you can attach custom mods, accessories, and more! The possibilities are only limited by your imagination.
The RAM is a 100% precision CNC machined product built completely out of aerospace grade 6061 T6 aluminum and stainless steel hardware. With it's gorgeous tumbled or anodized finish, rounded edges, and precision machining it's clear to see this product was designed, built, and manufactured without compromise.
Heavy duty is an understatement with the RAM. The walls are 1/8" solid aluminum all the way around and the mounting points are roll formed threads into 3/8' thick solid aluminum as well.
The RAM install in minutes, is held in place with set screws that locks the adapter to the aluminum rails on the packout box, and does it all without voiding your warranty!
- Compatible with all packout boxes with aluminum rails
- 100% CNC Machined Extruded 6061 Aluminum Construction
- Easy install, takes just minutes
- Stainless Steel hardware
- No drill installation, boxes remain waterproof
- Does not void warranty
- Does not affect normal use of packout box!
- Comes with hardware for install
- MADE IN THE USA
- High Strength Roll Formed Threads
Ram - 1" Tall Featuring 2x 1/4-20 threaded holes for mounting (50lbs per)
Ram Jr. - 1/2" Tall Featuring 2x 6-32 threaded holes for mounting (25lbs per)
Anodized - Both the Ram and Ram Jr. can be purchased in a Black Anodized finish.
For most folks I recommend getting the full size RAM with the Anodized finish. The Jr. is fine for smaller projects, however 1/4-20 hardware is much easier to find and the mount has a much larger surface area to make contact with whatever you may mount which creates a much more stable installation. I also recommend the Anodized finish since raw aluminum over time will tarnish/oxidize.
If you plan to mount something metal up against the mount, the Anodized finish IS NOT OPTIONAL. It's necessary to prevent possible galvanic corrosion between the dissimilar metals.