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    2M Koogle Kup holder

    The 2M Koogle Kup holder is a simple cup holder insert, that replaces the factory ash tray/cubby and 12v outlet. the new outlet (ships with USB charger/outlet as well) plugs directly into OE wiring harness. Installs easily with a single screw into factory mounting hole. Formed and reinforced from 3/32 grained ABS plastic.

    comfortably and safely accommodates standard size beverage containers.
    Super large bottles wont fit, and massive drinks. Large McDs , T Bell, and other cups fits, i tested this out. Fits cans well, tumblers, soda bottles etc

    $100.00

    TO order visit below
    http://www.2mshiftboots.com/product/...gle-kup-holder

    Any Questions please ask, it took me less then 1 minute to install this, and it works great!





    Last edited by Matt-B; 12-14-2017, 05:18 AM.


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    2M Black friday sale is on now!


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      #3
      2M Black friday sale is on now!

      10-33% off on some items!


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        Hmm tempting...wanna give me a sponsorship once I send you pics of the light bar? :giggle:
        89' 325ix Diamantschwarz/Black rattle can...

        Insta: r_moose_w

        Originally posted by flyboyx
        I imagine her smelling like spoiled milk and having a half inch crust of doodoo circumnavigating her butthole.

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          #5
          Looks like neither one of those drinks are properly seated. Is it just the picture?

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            its just the angle, i can get more pics this week of larger cups as well
            Last edited by Matt-B; 11-27-2017, 02:01 AM.


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                  #9
                  Promised some better angle pics. Are you going to post them? Those drinks still look like they’ll tip over the first corner.
                  Thanks

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                    Originally posted by Thunderzol View Post
                    Promised some better angle pics. Are you going to post them? Those drinks still look like they’ll tip over the first corner.
                    Thanks


                    I have had this cup holder for about a month now. If you've got yourself an extra large coffee, and it's full, I'd be careful on sharp turns. If the extra large isn't full, it's fine. Large and medium cups as well as can have been fine for me.

                    Hope this helps
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                      Originally posted by Thunderzol View Post
                      Promised some better angle pics. Are you going to post them? Those drinks still look like they’ll tip over the first corner.
                      Thanks

                      been busing with orders sorry.

                      I upload more pics to my website

                      http://www.2mshiftboots.com/product/...gle-kup-holder

                      Im at my limit for hosting here, unless i delete stuff i have posted in threads


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