The Dash Mount was born from the lack of phone mounts that give you the ability to position your device where you want. 'RAM' brand ball and socket mounts are an excellent addition to the Dash Mount and although we don't yet have them in stock, they are readily available on Amazon (see below). The slots used in the design are sized to accommodate AMPS standard attachments.
Ford F-150 & Raptor (2009 - 2014)
Engineering & Manufacturing
The bracket is manufactured from 12ga mild steel and finished with a durable black texture powdercoat. Each kit contains the Dash mount bracket and all necessary hardware. Also included are printed instructions and a BuiltRight sticker!
Accessories to consider:
– RAM Mounts 1" Ball and Socket System
– AMPS standard ball and socket base - $7.99
– Socket arm for 1" ball (varying lengths) - from $8.99
– GoPro 1" ball adapter - $8.99
– X-Grip Device Holder - $28.99
– Magnetic Power plate for Radar Detector - $13.99
– Panavise Portagrip phone holder - $16.99
– The possibilities are endless - get creative!
Installation is very straight forward. The laser cut and CNC formed bracket attaches to the tray located above the dash using four machine screws, included in the hardware kit. The two .25" holes used must be drilled by the user in the OEM tray. Should you choose to return to stock, the OEM rubber mat inside the tray conceals the holes. The two OEM mounting points towards the front of the vehicle are used for rigid installation.
This is the 2nd of this type I have purchased, the first for my 2019 F-350. This one is in my wife’s truck and is a platform for her phone, radar detector and dash cam (as well as one mount left over for extras). I found a pretty good video on YouTube of the specific install which helped a bunch.
the instructions are unclear. Had to look it up on YT to figure it out. And I would highly suggest you apply whatever mounting bracket before you put it back in again.
Decided to check these guys out since my friend had showed me their page. Luckily I only bought one thing instead of the few I was interested in. Product arrived quickly, but came with old instructions. Doesn't tell you online that you're drilling into your dash, but whatever I guess. Also didn't come with the correct hardware. When I reached out. It seemed like I would be taken care of no problem, the owner even CC'd support in the email chain. I felt good about it. It's now been one month and I haven't been able to install the product. So it's basically a $50 paperweight. This was supposed to be my mounting solution to my phone as well so I'm still holding it. No ram arm for me. Could I have gone to Ace hardware and found better fasteners, yeah most likely. Should I have to? No. I tried to follow up with them(support) 3 weeks after I reached out. Nothing. I forwarded the email to the owner 3 days after that. Still nothing from either party