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Old 06-09-2010, 04:31 PM
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Under the four big cup holder there is a plastic plate, this plate will pull out also giving a good hiding spot for pistol, or what ever can fit.

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Old 06-10-2010, 06:16 AM
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Weed.......
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^ NICE lol
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The lower storage area was sized to fit one of the dual cupholder bins underneath the storage tray for those customers who want less cupholders and more junk tray storage.
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my buddy had a cupholder u could pull out like this in his chevy. we would always put a bottle of whiskey in there(back in my stupider days)
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That was one thing I liked about my Silverado. I could pull the cup holders out and hide stuff.
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i guess you could always put a false floor in the console, cuz mine is so deep u would never know.
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It was a good hiding space until now....
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you could hide crack balls and the glass weiner in there also
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It was a good hiding space until now....
I agree
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