Low cost passenger cup holder


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roadrunner73
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Low cost passenger cup holder

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Just put this on 83 Aspy. $6 Huffy bicycle drink holder.
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Looks good and the price is definitely right.
Have you road tested it yet?
Can the passenger reach it and does whatever you put in it stay when you hit a bump?
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NVSB4; Where did you get that slick little "weather bar" in your sig?

Thx. Ron
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landisr wrote:NVSB4; Where did you get that slick little "weather bar" in your sig? Thx. Ron
I got it through wunderground. It's really easy and they have many styles to choose from.
Just follow the instructions and then insert the link as an image in your signature.

Here is the same design as mine. I think that you may be able to just copy it and insert. If not, I'll send you the code.


Or, I just found this one.


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Have ridden with it but not with any drinks yet. 12oz cans are hard to get out, a little too short.
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Hi, again. I registered on the site and logged in. I followed step 1 and selected Gilbert, AZ, but then it sent me to a page with ALL the present weather info at this location, instead of just "remembering" my city. No indication of how to confirm selection. When I go back to the sticker page, it reverts to San Francisco. Very frustrating. Could you possibly send me the code?

Many thanks again.

Ron
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I sent the code to you via PM.
Let me know if you are still having issues.
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Sorry, I looked at the message again and realized that I sent it for my city, not yours.

Here is the code. Just go into editing your profile, then paste the code below and add [img] to the end.

[img]http://weathersticker.wunderground.com/ ... ilbert.gif

Let me know if it still doesn't work.


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