Cup Holders

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best multi purpose drinkholder..............




also works with a floor shift


if you like tall latte's..........get 2 rolls :)
 
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Landpimp said:
best multi purpose drinkholder..............




also works with a floor shift


if you like tall latte's..........get 2 rolls :)
John, I did not know that that cup holder was in use in the lower 48 states. It is called a Norwegian cup holder. Of cousre there are a few people from Norway around your area. I'm only 1/4.

It is portable available in many colors and self sticking. Cheap stuff does not work. About the only one that I use in about any weather in the Bering Sea.

Myrle
 

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the swivel boat types are great for soda cans....
bicycle bottle racks are great for water bottles....

get a couple of each installed....also, look into those backpack water dealios for $25, fill with water, freeze it solid, and it stay's cold all day - we also freeze our plastic water containers and they keep the trail cooler cold.
 

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woody said:
the swivel boat types are great for soda cans....
bicycle bottle racks are great for water bottles....

get a couple of each installed....also, look into those backpack water dealios for $25, fill with water, freeze it solid, and it stay's cold all day - we also freeze our plastic water containers and they keep the trail cooler cold.
Like Woody says.

For long trips and such I hang a camelback behind the driver seat. Works well. I like his water bottle idea ... may have to do that as well.
 

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I am 1/2 Norge...........I brought the idea back from Norway with me :D

wonder what the swedes use? ;)

John


mallred said:
John, I did not know that that cup holder was in use in the lower 48 states. It is called a Norwegian cup holder. Of cousre there are a few people from Norway around your area. I'm only 1/4.

It is portable available in many colors and self sticking. Cheap stuff does not work. About the only one that I use in about any weather in the Bering Sea.

Myrle
 
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I have a coffee mug with a wide flange on the bottom. The flange fits nicely under the bottom of my stock center console. Keeps the mug from sliding around or tipping over.

But I like the idea of mounting a swivel mug holder on the front of the console.
 

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billdance, if you're sending free Colombian coffee, I'll take some!!! :D

I've got a really cheap looking plastic thing sitting on top of the stock console. In there when I bought it. It does serve well as an arm rest and holds soda cans, though.
 
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