I’ve used Ram Mounts in my airplane to hold an iPad for the moving map display, so I thought it would be great to do the same for my Raptor. I figured I could use it for the Waze app or similar for driving, and I believe there are apps for off-road use. (Let me know which apps you use). The recommended mounts for trucks were a bit expensive and they bolted to the passenger seat rail/floor. I thought it might be better to attach the Ram iPad mount & arm to something that would fit into the cupholder. At first, I couldn’t find a cupholder mount for it, so I decided to make one myself. I’ll attach more details on the homemade one later in this thread. I finally did find one on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Beverage-Drinks-coating-compatible-composite/dp/B073XD52WW/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1512440155&sr=8-1&keywords=Truck+Car+Beverage+Drinks+Cup+Holder+Mount+Base+with+1+inch The picture shows this mount base with an Ram iPad mini setup, (sorry about the rotation). This worked out pretty well for everyday use, but I understand now why Ram sells the floor attached arms. With my setup, the iPad will move when going over road bumps. The movement is not from the holder, arm, or base. It comes from the flex of the plastic console itself. So, this may not work very well for off-road use. Ram Mounts has a few floor base models, but I’m not sure about the induced vibrations which are directly proportional to arm length. This is an experiment in progress.