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Old 01-30-2005, 04:53 PM   #21
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Tape comes off just fine. It won't damage the vinyl at all. With these two holders, my car technically has 7 cupholders, but I don't use the two in the doors ever, and rarely use the one in the center console except to hold my GPS.

And let me re-iterate.....it DOES hold a big gulp with no problem whatsoever. And I don't even need to look down to put it back in.
hmmm, where did you get that tape? And you have not had problems with it coming off by itself?
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If you clean the vinyl well, and the back of whatever you're sticking on, it won't come off.

Any auto parts store. 3M body and trim molding tape. It'* spongy gray tape with a red release layer.

Look for it in the Auto body section of the store.
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Those cupholders don't interfere with legroom, not even with a big gulp loaded. Not even in the slightest. My leg only OCCASIONALLY nudges a cup in a high-g turn.

Coinholder came from some podunk auto parts store. It'* the spring-loaded type. Quarters nickels dimes, and the pennies go in the ashtray.
I think thats a pretty cool idea, I like your engine compartment and love how you did the cold air box and supercharger cover. I would love to get something like that.
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That'* all custom homemade stuff. Except for the intake pipe itself. Copy away. Imitation is the best form of flattery
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That'* all custom homemade stuff. Except for the intake pipe itself. Copy away. Imitation is the best form of flattery
i did
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