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I find the dual cup holders on my FX4 center console hold two Timmies mint, but I also always get mine in a travel mug too cause the cups suck.

Best one I ever done was in my trail rigs, used cleaned out food cans and screwed them to the floor or center console. They'll hold a coffee cup/soda can/beer can solid on nearly any angle, up to but unfortunately short of rolling the truck. Sorry I don't have any pics, but just imagine a can screwed down and a drink stuffed in it. They hold it tight (especially 355 ml beer cans) and the only issue of course is the liquid sloshing, but the cup/can won't fall out. I know its pretty ghetto for a DD/ show truck but just sayin'... LR
Thats a good idea actually.
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good idea, but you live in fernridge, so that explains a lot too...



nah, i'm just kidding, i have no idea where that is...
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does this mean that mexico would be america's ball sack?
No, Mexico is much dirtier and pumps out little brown things... Kinda like an as+hole
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lol, i was going to say something along the lines of std's, origionally, but then i decided that i didn't want to get involved in the international internet pissing contest, again
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Fernridge is a small horse/farming community in S Langley, 200th + 24th area (and east). Basically where the gas station, pub/beer store, IGA foods, and community hall is, but we're a couple blocks over on the corner of 216th and 24th. We're on the smallest lot out here, 4 acres with two homes on it [we got the farm house out front on an acre, the landlord has the new house out back with the horse barn and hay field]. Two of us sharing a 1500 sq/ft house and a ~1000 sq/ft fab shop. Pretty sweet setup here, I definitely can't complain, especially for what we pay for the place!! The other guy living here is Mike, goes by 'Beast' on bc4x4 and Pirate4x4. Its a pretty kick *** 4wd-orientated bachelor pad for sure. Cool thing is we both own new Ranger 4x4s as well. /hijack

As for the cup holders, if you're going to go through the hassle of siliconing something together, maybe try fiberglassing a can into the console, or paint it to match the truck so it doesn't look so ghetto. I originally got the idea from a buddy who built a set of half doors for his Ranger, and fiberglassed a can in to each door to hold the brew. LR

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Sorry BUT, WHAT WAS THIS THREAD ABOUT ?

What was said a while back I think the topic got lost in al of the talk about who’s is better and my cup is bigger.

I am relatively new to this site but in my time here I have come to one conclusion, "Why can’t this site stay on topic” ?

Can we see finished pics of this Mung-ga Cup of Coffee Holder, PLEASE ?
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I am relatively new to this site but in my time here I have come to one conclusion, "Why can’t this site stay on topic” ?
ADHD is a bich. LR
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I'm shocked that Canadians use cup holders. I thought all your beverages came in bags like your dumb milk.
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ADHD is a bich. LR
SHUT UP! I LIKE RIDING BIKES TOO!!!! hey look a butterfly


how many kids with adhd does it take to screw in a lightbulb? i'm 7 1/2 years old! no seriously, how many? wanna play cops and robbers?

um, our milk comes in cartons and jugs (just like yours!

lone ranger, is that by camp maclean? i'm pretty sure i know exactly where that is... and if i'm right... the picture i posted earlier was accurate



as for everyone asking about the cupholder... if you read the pages previous, it was an EPIC FAIL and i didn't even bother taking pictures of it... i'll try again, another time though...
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South of the border is Mexico dude!
he's from canada... america's hat


edit: damn you bet me to it with the picture
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i think he beat you by like a month or 2...
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I'm shocked that Canadians use cup holders. I thought all your beverages came in bags like your dumb milk.
What the fawk?


Man that would be badass! Think about it! milk in bags? Who the **** thought of that one?

but how do you pour them?


This baggin on Canada thing is getting old. I mean if its a joke, fine, everyone can laugh at themselves. But this comment is fuking stupid!
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Jeff, have you never seen the milk in a bag? i knew a family who used to buy them... not sure why... yo like put the bag in a jug and cut the corner...

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Is that like the welfare milk up there LOL?
anyhow on topic. You still trying to figure something out or was this just a lost cause?
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SHUT UP! I LIKE RIDING BIKES TOO!!!! hey look a butterfly


how many kids with adhd does it take to screw in a lightbulb? i'm 7 1/2 years old! no seriously, how many? wanna play cops and robbers?

um, our milk comes in cartons and jugs (just like yours!

lone ranger, is that by camp maclean? i'm pretty sure i know exactly where that is... and if i'm right... the picture i posted earlier was accurate



as for everyone asking about the cupholder... if you read the pages previous, it was an EPIC FAIL and i didn't even bother taking pictures of it... i'll try again, another time though...
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i have no idea where you can even get that milk now... i haven't seen it in probably 15 years
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i get my milk in these sizes, this is called a 4 liter...



2L milk carton, except they don't generally have the red cap on the side, you tear the fold open


alternate 2L, not as common


1L milk carton


alternate 1L, generally seen in convienience stores, and usually chocolate or bananna milk


you can also get them in these glass jars, but they are generally organic milk, from a specialty store, and very expensive, the bottles usually have a $1 deposit on them, they come in 500ml and 1L


500ml milk carton, usually used for whipping cream or half/half...


250 ml milk carton, these are generally given to kids in elementary school for different things... milk as a prize, what an idea...


the only other ones would be these containers, which also can contain the milkshakes that nestle makes, this milk comes in about 100000 different flavors
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i haven't seen it in probably 15 years
I was just going to say, I haven't seen milk like that since I was a kid. A buddy of mine's folks used to buy their milk in bags like that, couldn't understand it at all. Skim milk to boot, I hate that stuff.

All mine comes in standard 1 gallon jugs, just the same as anywhere else. Hell, I don't even have to go milk the damn cow for it either! LR
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so if fernridge is on 16th, and 200th, that would make it a fake city, but actually surrey, wouldn't it?

like fricking south surrey... or how all the people in crescent beach say they are white rock... no, not even close to whiterock!
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Oh ok didn't see that post.. Sorry. I can ony imagine how big of a pain in the *** that bag would have been lol..
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lol ya, i don't get it, apparently my parents used to buy milk in a bag, i don't remember it at all... i do remember a family friend who bought it, they were pretty poor though... i don't know how it would be cheaper than regular milk though... the packaging can't cost that much more than the actual milk... (the difference between them)
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so if fernridge is on 16th, and 200th, that would make it a fake city, but actually surrey, wouldn't it?

like fricking south surrey... or how all the people in crescent beach say they are white rock... no, not even close to whiterock!
Its one of the original communities before they amalgamated everything in BC into major cities, its in S Langley (Surrey starts on 196th) and not in Surrey. Its a nice area, real quiet and all wooded, horse farms all around here so the folks in the area are decent people. Its also a 20+ min drive into Langley (doing 100 km/h) so we're no where close to town. Google maps has Fernridge listed as a community here, you just hafta look for it. LR
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Im from Connecticut we have Tim Hortons down here. They bought out Bess Eatons.
ditto. im in ct also. tim hortons sucks tho >.<
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while i appreciate your grace and respect for us, i think the reason for this is there is relatively the same amount of land (see a few posts back) and the population, roughly, of the state of california
And thus the reason for our high taxes.
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yes, but with such a small population, you wouldn't think that our government would need to have so many people as the american government... but we've got the whole house of parliment, and it's what, 150 people? USA has what, 1 president?
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