this is my solution to crappy cup holder options in XJs
first of all swap in a ZJ center console lid. some hole drilling to be done i think (the PO put it into mine) but that has a slide out tray for 2 rear cup holders. they hold cans reasonably well and water bottles
after that. head to the marine store and pick up 2 of these:
i got mine at a sports and auto parts store that went out of business.
they are adjustable and i havent really found anything that doesnt fit.
and the securely hold the can, drink, cup in place. IT WONT TIP OVER!!!
when you dont have a drink in there they fold up flat (the top arms fold down and the bottom folds up so its like its not even there when not in use.
i think i got mine for a lower price (5$ each?) but i dont know where else to get them so i quickly searched google and thats where they came up first.
i installed mine on the side of the console where cupholder "B" is located.
i used 2 screws in each cupholder into the plastic of the console. they have been solid for about 5 years now.
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