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Cup holder

Postby Stano999 » 09 Jul 2018, 10:11

Really enjoyed making a cup holder for Alan the bus

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Re: Cup holder

Postby Born Too Late » 09 Jul 2018, 16:31

I like that, looks nice and neat. Been thinking of making something similar myself. Also intrigued by your seat covers! Do they slip on over the existing ones without having to go down the whole recovering route?

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Re: Cup holder

Postby JackE » 10 Jul 2018, 11:16

Looks great we have a plastic box there which I always kick over!

I just wondered is it fixed down in anyway and also do you have any plans you used that you would be happy to post?
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Re: Cup holder

Postby Jonnyb416 » 31 Jul 2018, 22:32

JackE wrote:Looks great we have a plastic box there which I always kick over!

I just wondered is it fixed down in anyway and also do you have any plans you used that you would be happy to post?

I too would like to know if it’s fixed down at all. I’ve been thinking about making one of these. Would want it quick release so I could take it out or move it if needs be. Quite like being able to walk through from front to back and vice versa.


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