Utility vehicles: Mounting system for lights, cameras, antennas and more

Utility vehicles utility supplies utility fleets Rugged Ridge

Utility fleets: Following their debut at the 2013 SEMA Show, Rugged Ridge® announced the availability of its new patent pending X-Clamp Mounting System. Designed to be extremely versatile, the new X-Clamp system is an innovative way to mount lights, cameras, antennas and more on any 2.25 ­ 3-inch diameter tubing, regardless of the vehicle they’re being mounted to.

Available paired with or without Rugged Ridge¹s three-inch LED driving lights, the X-Clamp system from Rugged Ridge is constructed from high-quality die-cast aluminum and is available in either black or silver powder coat finishes. Simple to install regardless of the application, each clamp can be installed by rotating it to fit the tube diameter, pivoting the mounting bracket to the desired position, and adding the preferred accessory.

“No other clamp on the market gives owners a perfect fit on such a range of tube sizes,” said Alain Eboli, Engineering Manager at Omix-ADA. “Designed using our pivotal fit technology, any number of different accessories can be securely fastened in a variety of locations.”

Photo credit: Omix-ADA

For more information about Rugged Ridge or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.



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