Cupholders Too Big!

Cupholders Too Big!

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    Cupholders Too Big!

    New guy here. Just traded my 2004 XLT 5.4 SCAB for a 2012 Lariat EB SCREW. This truck has everything except the power tilt/telescope and running boards and so far the biggest issue I have is that my travel mugs float around in the cup holders. I have the floor console with two holders next to the shifter and two behind the arm rest. Anyone find an insert like some vehicles have (foam) to accommodate different size cups?

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    Quote Originally Posted by momalle1 View Post
    New guy here. Just traded my 2004 XLT 5.4 SCAB for a 2012 Lariat EB SCREW. This truck has everything except the power tilt/telescope and running boards and so far the biggest issue I have is that my travel mugs float around in the cup holders. I have the floor console with two holders next to the shifter and two behind the arm rest. Anyone find an insert like some vehicles have (foam) to accommodate different size cups?
    They came with them from the factory, someone must have lost yours.
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    A picture would help us determine whether you are missing anything. On the other hand, maybe your "cups" are too small?
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    Buy a cup with a bigger bottom.
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    koozies.
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    Sorry, i do have the factory removable inserts and I don't think I can get a wider travel mug, but I like the koozie idea!

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