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post #1 of 67 (permalink) Old 25-01-2011, 22:26 Thread Starter
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Is there any mod that i can do, bar a cup holder on a heater grill that allows me to put a cup holder somewhere in a rover 25, 2000
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Only ones for the door cards but I find there a pain to put the drinks in and out of, if you ask nicley i'll post a pic of my epic cup holder mod which is dirt cheap to do and very effective !
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Only ones for the door cards but I find there a pain to put the drinks in and out of, if you ask nicley i'll post a pic of my epic cup holder mod which is dirt cheap to do and very effective !
Pretty please with a cup holder on top!

Would love a decent solution to putting a cup holder in, so yours certaily intrigues me.
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Genius!

nuff said



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Haha quality
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Just buy cans, they fit in the door card nicely with a little persuasion!
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i have a '98 214 and i just buy bottles and i lie them on their side in the front part of the door card itself, bottle lies there quite nicely
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******* hell, I think the anticipation made that a lot funnier. Genius.
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The Rover ones for the 200 are too small for take away places. However the ones used in the 25/ZR with the CD holders are perfect but made of very cheap plastic and it takes very little to break them.
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MK2 upgrade?

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cupholder to double cupholder attachment!!

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Put them in the armrest no problems then
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http://www.rimmerbros.co.uk/Item--i-GRID001046

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I just bought a cup holder and stuck it down over the rear ash tray.
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Never seen one of these and not sure where it would fit but:


http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ROVER-200-CUP-...item4cf167690f
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I like the custom one!!! I'm going to my local fast food restaurant and get one!
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Never seen one of these and not sure where it would fit but:


http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/ROVER-200-CUP-...item4cf167690f
Yeh thats the passenger one in that rimmer bros link i gave.
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I sometimes have to play eenie meenie miney moe when deciding where to put bottles




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I sometimes have to play eenie meenie miney moe when deciding where to put bottles



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I've not seen one of those for a long time.
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I've not seen one of those for a long time.
One of..........

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