Universal Platform Base with Dual 20mm Mounting Balls

This base may carry the universal name but it has been tested with each of the following vehicles:

  • 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ
  • 2008-2016 Ford F-250 and F-350 Super Duty (excluding 2013-2016 Lariat, King Ranch and Platinum with pop-up storage compartment)
  • 2007-2017 Ford Expedition (see image in gallery for installed shot in Expedition)
  • 2014-2021 Toyota Tundra
  • 2022+ Nissan Frontier

The dimensions of the base are 7.75" x 2" (3/8" thick) so as long as you have a flat and sturdy surface that can accommodate those dimensions as well as sufficient clearance underneath the dash panel, the base will work.

MOUNT UP TO 3 DEVICES

Our universal base comes with 2 integrated 20mm mounting balls that work with any of our device holders and mounting arms.

There is also a 3rd mounting location concealed within the Bulletpoint logo that is AMPS compatible.

That means you can securely mount up to 3 devices in total.

We sell AMPS Mounting Balls separately but you may also choose to secure a 3rd party AMPS-compatible mount as well.

Base-Only Option

You may opt for just the Dual Ball Base and customize from there (no mounting arms or device holders are included with the base only configuration).

    A rock solid mounting system starts with a rigid mounting base. Our Metal Series bases are made from precision laser cut metal which results in a solid foundation for mounting your devices.

    SECURE MOUNTING & EASY INSTALLATION

    Be sure to verify clearance underneath to ensure there's no interference with electrical wiring, GPS units, speakers or anything else.

    All hardware is included for a straightforward installation. 3 possible installation options available.

    Self-Tapping Screws (Light Duty - no panel removal necessary)

    Rubber Well Nuts (Heavy Duty - no panel removal necessary)

    Nuts & Bolts (Heavy Duty - panel removal required)

    Buy with confidence knowing that you're backed by our Limited Lifetime Warranty.

    Our DiabloM6 magnetic phone mount requires a thin metal plate affixed to the back of your phone. Please note that this also prevents Wireless Charging. The DiabloM6 is not directly compatible with MagSafe equipped iPhones. The metal plate may not stick to all phone cases. For example, many silicone cases have non-stick properties that may not work with the metal plate.

    Customer Reviews

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    Chris Baughan
    Superduty mount for your superduty

    Great mount for the money, had one on my ram before this truck and knew where I needed to go! I upgraded to the long red carbon rods with xl phone holder and the new MagSafe phone holder! I will buy again for any vehicle they offer

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    Ronald Rockstrom

    Universal Platform Base with Dual 20mm Mounting Balls

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    Bryan DONALDSON
    Awesome

    This mount fits my new 2023 Nissan Frontier. It looks sharp and installs easily with different options. Looks great and works amazing. Get stopped all time and asked where did you get that? Thank you for a great product.

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    Elvin Lightfoot
    Universal Platform Mount (used for 2022 Nissan Frontier SV 4x4)

    I wanted a strong platform for when off-pavement and the cab starts bouncing around. I am a fan of the Carbon-Fiber arms. Enhances the look of the dash/console! And their prices are very good compared to some of the other makers out there. The Universal Platform mount looks amazing. The mount was quick and painless. All tools and parts are provided. Drilled four holes in it went.
    I would like to see one made specifically for Nissan trucks. There is a pretty sizable market for a Frontier and the mounts and accessories would be very popular with the Nissan crowd.
    Strongly recommend for any make/model truck/jeep, etc.

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    Paul Schaefer
    Great Design and High Quality!

    2016 F250 CC mount is sturdy, well- designed, well built, and so far is working great. I decided the most secure mounting option was screws with nuts which required radio and dash console removal. I'm putting together a video for others who may need to see.