2 Extra Large 3.5 Inch Drink Holes with Rubber Drink Fingers to Prevent Rattling
Attaches to a 9 Degree Angled Rear Console Surface, Includes All Necessary Mounting Hardware
Weighs 2 lbs, Measures 7.875 Inches by 4.5 Inches by 3 Inches
Fits 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ Models
Screws Onto Pre-Drilled Holes in the Rear of the Console
Design. The Tuffy drink holder for the rear of TJ consoles is made out of tough 16 gauge welded steel that should survive many years. The steel is protected by a coat of light gray, highly resistant powder coated paint. The fixture weighs 2 lbs and includes 2 3.5 inch drink holes fitted with rubber drink fingers. This bolt-on is suitable for use with 1997-2006 Jeep Wrangler TJ vehicles.
Storage Benefits. This drink holder adds space for two drinks to be kept conveniently upright in the back seat. The 3.5 inch holes are large enough to accommodate a huge range of different beverage containers. Rubber drink fingers surround each hole, "gripping" the drink to keep it more stable and eliminating unpleasant rattling noises.
Application. No drilling is required to apply the Tuffy drink holder. It attaches via two screws, which mount to pre-drilled holes found in the back angle of compatible center consoles. It attaches to consoles with a 9 degree angle to the rear surface.
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