Door-Mounted Cup Holders

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Nope...just trying to see if others have used them before I buy.
 

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Might be worth a try. It's not like they could be any less functional than the saggy mesh nets.
 

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The rear ones look promising. I’m not too keen on the front ones since you need to drill a hole into your door to securely mount them.
 
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Yikes! I didn't realize you had to drill a hole for the front. Too early to start doing that, when there's still plenty of opportunity for a no-drill version to hit the market. I think I'll wait.
 

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I had these, but took them off because I had a habit of catching them with my leg as I got in to the Jeep. I also didn’t like that they didn’t go the entire length of the door like the rear ones did.
 

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I’ve been curious about getting these. My biggest beef with the side pocket nets is that the lace hooks on my hiking boots tend to get caught on them when I’m getting out of the Jeep. But, I think that cup holder extends into the cabin too much.
 
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I don't have my Jeep yet, but suspected that the cup holder would be too big as you mentioned. As always, the best solution would be the simplest one, with just a solid plastic pocket (no cup holders) to replace the net. Hopefully, we'll see a no-drill version of that in the years of aftermarket accessories that still lay ahead.
 

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I bought the front pair but only installed the driver's side. You will bump the holder sometimes but I think I can tolerate that. If I were a big guy and 6' or taller then it might be more of an issue.
 

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I put a set on my 2 door JL, manual crank windows means a taller beverage/ container interferes with the crank rotation. The drilled holes ( self tapping screws) are really not noticeable if you wanted to remove them. Handy , my 25' measuring tape fits fine, no more sagging net.
 

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I just tried to buy them. The seller is on vacation..... Ebay told me to check back later.
 

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