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    Where do you keep your cups?

    I made this little cup holder out of some old pallet wood and hot glued it to the carpet lol, idk how much I like it though. Im curious if any of you have found a solution.




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    I Don't, my wife has the cups LOL!

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    i saw this (pencil holder) at the dollar store
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    my truck came with a cheapo air vent cup holder... something like this http://thumbs1.ebaystatic.com/d/l225...PBh6Ixe1gA.jpg

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    If you ditch the bench seat, the lancer consoles fit right in with some minor trimming at the front. Allows you to run the armrest too.
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    I like the look of that. And you could sneak in a hydraulic e-brake to fit in the Lancer console and pull off a factory finish

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    Small piece of pipe. Welded to the seat frame.

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    Quote Originally Posted by alex_s817 View Post
    If you ditch the bench seat, the lancer consoles fit right in with some minor trimming at the front. Allows you to run the armrest too.
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    Dam that looks hella good man. What year did you pull the console and seat out of?

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