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Old 08-28-2010
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Hey all, unfortunatley I have 60/40 seats, and the only set of cupholders I have are the two down by the shifter boot. As some of you know, these kinda blow lol. I noticed in another members thread a set of cupholders right in front of the center console on his set of 60/40's. I assume I could buy the assembly from somewhere, and mount it. Anyone know how it mounts? Does it just screw to the floor or what? Thanks
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Excuse the mess haha Its a Truck...
I have an 04 and this is my 60/40 split and I assume these are the cup holders you speak of



Mounting pins into seat


Back of the cup holders
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Yes sir thats what i'm talking about. I will have to take a closer look at my setup, but if I remember correctly I don't have those bolts on the seat. They are just plastic rivits.
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Yes sir thats what i'm talking about. I will have to take a closer look at my setup, but if I remember correctly I don't have those bolts on the seat. They are just plastic rivits.
they are plastic trees that pull out. i have that with the ones by the boot (yes a total of 6 in my truck). i went to the dealer to get those screws and the dealer said that "the screen says to use whatever hardware is available"

i bought two screws but you can tell its not a good enough fit. does anyone have a part number for those two screws?
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I bought 04 seats awhile back and it came with these. They are handy, BUT IF YOU ARE SHORT AND SIT CLOSE YOUR YOUR WHEEL THE SHIFTER WILL BUMP THEM IN FOURTH GEAR. BE WARNED IF YOU ARE SHORTER THAN LIKE 5'8.
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haha, no i'm 6 foot. And I have my seat pretty much as far back as it can go.
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haha, no i'm 6 foot. And I have my seat pretty much as far back as it can go.
cool you are good to go then
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I might have that in my garage, I'll have to look. I took it off when I swapped to the expo console but don't remember
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trent i don't think you have one. i asked when you had a for sale thread.

i'm 5'8" and taller drink items get hit in second and fourth. i've lost floor space that i did use. however having those extra cubbies for loose change and the phone when charging is nice. keeping the two next to the shifter free for those taller drinks.
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Oh ok, its been a while since I've gone through that box haha.
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i am looking for them as well. was that the cupholder options in the twin stick rangers?
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i doubt it, there isn't much room down there with only one shifter. it was more for the 4banger fleet reg cabs with the little square thing under the dash.
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i am looking for them as well. was that the cupholder options in the twin stick rangers?
Nah the Twin stick trucks had bucket seats and the black shorty console.
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Nah the Twin stick trucks had bucket seats and the black shorty console.
alright thanks. i still want to find one of these being that i want to keep the 60/40 after i get my twin stick conversion done.
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