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Old 08-05-2004, 04:30 PM   #1 (permalink)
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My cup holders suck. 98 323is and it wont even hold a cup. I cant run the drive-through on my way home, becuase i cant take the drink back home. The only thing its ever held is a pint-sized Arrowhead water bottle. They have turned into just big change holders. The only advantage it entails is I cant drink and drive (not that i ever would). Am I the only person who has to deal with driving while thirsty?
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Old 08-05-2004, 04:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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what are u trying to put in it?? gallons of water?? 2L bottle's of soda?? LOL... mine works just fine
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Old 08-05-2004, 04:36 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Some 40's yo!
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Lucky you, i dont even have a cupholder :P
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mine is okay for most stuff too.

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Old 08-05-2004, 04:42 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Mine use to work fine...... it holds it... but not very securly... I mean.. if you hit it with your hand.. it will probably fall over... thats good enough for me.. I dont know about you.. but thats cool with me.
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Thats how mine are. I want a secure fit so I can race and drink my DP
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I use the slide out holders in the flip-down center of the rear seat in my 96 318i.
You can exercise you back stroke by having to reach behind you, but after a while you tend to know where your drink is :P
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I think its in the rule book that you cant race with a DP... only Coke.

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Are you serious. Im sorry, but coke is for those of you who dont have the refined taste buds of a DP drinker.
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Actually if you are drinking a bottled drive you can slip it above your E-Brake and below your arm rest.. and it wont go any where .
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pretty funny, started laughing when i read this!
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no cupholders for david.... my girlfriends hand will have to do just fine for me!

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yeah but for shorter people (not like myself) its hard for them to shift iguess, i have no problem having a cup in etween my legs and shifting too
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