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Old 02-06-2013, 02:01 PM
DavidM1975 DavidM1975 is offline
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I am looking at the RAM mount parts I received today from gpscity and here's my concern. The widest opening of the clamp that I am intending to mount in F30 is about 1.3 inches. Could you guys do me a favor and measure the "arm" inside your F30 that extends from the dashboard down to the center part where iDrive controls are placed? I am indicating both in the photos below. I am simply afraid the clamp is not going to be wide enough to mount it where I would like it to go.

Chiba - sorry for "borrowing" one of your pics. I have no car to photograph at the moment's notice yet

2013 335i SPORT LINE jet black
2007 328xi - sold March 2013

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