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Factory Console Drink Holder

Omix-Ada | Part Number: OAI12035.50
  • Omix-Ada - Factory Console Drink Holder  - Fits 1984 to 1996 XJ Cherokee - 4WD.com
  • Omix-Ada - Factory Console Drink Holder  - Fits 1984 to 1996 XJ Cherokee - 4WD.com
Part Number: OAI12035.50
  • Technical Details

    • Fits 1984 to 1996 XJ Cherokee
    • Fits 1986 to 1992 MJ Comanche
    • Black plastic
    • Mounts on factory console
    • No drilling
    • Easy to install

Keep your beverage in place and off your lap! The Cherokee beverage holder gives you a handy (and logical) place to put your can or mug. Are you tired of trying to juggle your drink while making a lane change or climbing that hill, this cup holder will end those problems. Fits 1984-96 XJ Cherokee with factory center console. Easy to install using 2 existing screws, no drilling required. Mirror switch must be relocated to fit in beverage holder.

Material
ABS Plastic

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
3.3
 

Works good, looks good

5.0

By Justadrafter2

from Colorado Spring

 

Comments about Omix-AdaFactory Console Drink Holder:

My son's biggest complaint about his '85 Jeep Wagoneer was that it didn't have cup holders. This took care of his complaints, and it looks pretty good!

 

Not what it seems to be

3.0

By Honnecke

from Red Rock, TX

 

Comments about Omix-AdaFactory Console Drink Holder:

Holds standard size soda cans but not most travel coffee cups. Very shallow compartments for travel beverages. Rear view mirror hole not punched out so cannot adjust mirrors if mounted to console. Left mounting screws off for that reason and works OK that way.

 

Beats Holding It

2.0

By Dont worry bout

from Ontario, Ca

 

Comments about Omix-AdaFactory Console Drink Holder:

Your parking brake becomes obsolete!

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Questions & Answers

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    "How easy is this to install and does anyone have personal experience with this product? If so, is it worth it?"
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