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C. The RoadKing cup holder you turned me on to has been great. I had to modify the installation a bit as Mz. Vickie's mounting technique, such as it is , didn't work with the grab bar mount design. I used an inspection plate , covered it with vinyl, some stainless nuts and bolts ( painted black ) . The only draw back here is it probably would preclude arm rest mounting. I have my eye, however, on the Hondaline pads that go over the top of the speakers. P.S. Special thank's to Rapier for the inspection plate idea as the extension.
 

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Looks good, Maestro! I think it will be much more stable than the mount on the grab bar.
 

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U Da Man. You are a Mek-A-Neck
 

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Chop, Thats a great idea. I noticed mine is beginning to turn down from the weight of a full drink on the grip handle. I may need to look into something like you have done. A simple item that works great. Ya got to love it. Good time Sunday. Hope we can do it again when Matt comes in. Ride safe
 

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Fossil, speaking of arm rests, which ones do you have that trapped Ms. Janice's leg?
 

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I have the Kury arm rests. Cup holder works, but for a water bottle, once the water volume gets down, the bottle is bounced around by wind alot. Going to see if there's a foam sleeve that will snug a bottle a bit tighter. Don't try the holder with a can of soda or juice, real messy!
 

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You are a Mek-A-Neck
If that's least one notch above a Rig -A- Tony, I'll take it. Two Wheel: Mz. Vickie likes her super size ice tea and I couldn't get the support out of the handle mount. I cured at least two issues. I hated to drill holes in the face of the plastic, but if it ever came down to taking it off ( I can't think of a reason for myself ) one could cover the two 1/4 holes with flat plastic button caps. Other possibilities for the extension plate : A piece of 1/8" black Plexiglas ........ and on and on.... Your right , budoka. Unsweetened drinks only please!
 

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Nice Job...! Now where's....the 12 volt adaptor plug to keep that Ice Tea Cold...:D
 
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