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Old 03-28-2012, 06:21 AM
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Installed three cup holders in the back of my Crew Cab

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Yeah, there's four up front and two in the back seat armrest (Lariat) from the factory. BUT if you're like me and have three kids, a wife a dog or any other combo of 5+ passengers that doesn't work worth a crapola! On a long trip like I'm fixen' to take from MI to AL to GA to Fl and back to MI with three kids and the wife, some dagum cup holders come in handy back yonder!

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I bought these from Autozone for like $1.49ea. I trimmed two of them down, sanded the tops so they're purrty. Then I used 3M double side tape to attach them the flatest parts of the fake wood for the two doors. I put three strips of the 1/2" tape down the back sides...

On the middle one, I cut the extra crapola off at the top and slipped it in next to a hinge. Then I bent the mount down inside of the console and screwed it down. I had to trim the little hooky things on the back of the strap so the cover would open all the way without it rubben' real bad. I also put DS tape on the back of it to hold it in place, keep it from flopping around.
Sorry I forgot to take a pic of the inside of the console but you'll get the drift, I think.

Make sure you clean the heck out of everything with Rubben' alchy and use your womans hair drier to make it stick good.
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Old 03-28-2012, 06:48 AM
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What about them supersized drinks, they might not fit in the ones on the doors. Make sure they don't slam those doors either.
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What about them supersized drinks, they might not fit in the ones on the doors. Make sure they don't slam those doors either.
Ain't nobody having one of those big messy things im my BBT (Big Beautiful Truck)! Especially the kids. Also, them little "arms" or sides expanded for bigger drinks.
Slammen' doors ain't allowed in my BBT either. But if it happnes, they ain't goen' nowhere. That 3M DS tape is STRONG (as long as a guy cleans the surfaces real good with alchy and heats it up)...
Kinda worried about getting them off some day!
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Old 03-28-2012, 07:59 AM
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Doors slamming gets a Marine Corps butt chewing. I'm not worried about the holders coming off but if there is a drink in there it might go flyin... not cool
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Old 03-28-2012, 08:06 AM
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Yeah, true. Especially the way I drive! Usually I make the kids get waters becuase it good for them and it's free!!!!

BTW, I'm an Army Vet and I know how to give a good *** chewen' myself!

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