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Old 12-25-2004, 02:50 PM
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I bought this cupholder back in June of this year when they were made available to Rennlisters for the price of $45.00 which included shipping. I could not use it because I have the Brey-Krause fire extinguisher mount attached to the passenger seat. It is new and unused. I offer it to anyone who wants it for what I paid, which includes me shipping it to you as long as you are in the USA.

Hereĺs a link to the website of the company that makes it.

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Old 12-25-2004, 03:27 PM
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Ron,

you have a PM
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Old 12-25-2004, 04:29 PM
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I also have one and i fitted the Brey-Krauss as well.
Is there any way to fit it on the drivers side?
Or, anyway to fit it over the B-K mount?
Otherwise, i will have to sell mine as well.
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Old 12-25-2004, 10:21 PM
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Originally Posted by Rob 97 993c2
I also have one and i fitted the Brey-Krauss as well.
Is there any way to fit it on the drivers side?
Or, anyway to fit it over the B-K mount?
Otherwise, i will have to sell mine as well.
Slide it out of the mount and flip it over and put it back in the mount. Then put it on the driver's seat on the right side.
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How do you guys like these cupholders? Do they work well? Worth the money?
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Mine works great. Soda cans, water bottles, coffee cups, no problem. Nice simple design, I like it.
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Ron, if someone else didn't take it off your hands, I will. Let me know
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Old 12-25-2004, 11:22 PM
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Once Ron offs his, I also have one available. I could not use it for the same reason...BK extinguisher. Unit is new, never installed.

Please PM me with any interest.

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Originally Posted by FisterD
Mine works great. Soda cans, water bottles, coffee cups, no problem. Nice simple design, I like it.

Thanks. Guess I need to get one. Had to do the same for my 540 BMW (03). Crap cup holders in that. BMW should just have not bothered. If anyone wants to off theirs to me let me know. Otherwise I will buy one next week.
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Old 12-26-2004, 02:05 AM
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Dan,

I have to second the motion for these fine cupholders. I like the fact that they are nearly invisible in the interior as they are low and unobtrusive. They are so elegant and simple in design, and work very well in "spirited" driving. So much so, I have two of them. Now there's a testament

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Mr. Morton you have a PM, thanks.
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Jim, do you happen to know if there is a BK adapter that fits a pole position?
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would anyone selling one of these be prepared to ship to Australia (at my expense of course)? If so, how would I pay you?
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Old 12-26-2004, 09:37 AM
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Andy,

Just so you know anyone sending you an item as small and as light as the cupholder can send it by the USPS. They can send it Global Priority mail and it cost like between $5 or $10 at the very most, it goes by weight as I recall. I would suspect you would get in a very few days, depending on customs and all on your end. I have a friend in Germany and have use this service. It only cost $5 to send him a bicycle casette which fit in one to the Global Priority Mail envelopes and he got it in 4 days.
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Any of these still available? I'm interested...
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