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Old 06-13-2017, 06:20 PM
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I made this holder thing for tools for when I plowed my garden. To make it I needed a tin can, 1or 2 in screws, one washer to fit screw about 8 in of 2x4 lumber, cut in about half, a spacer metal chunk or wood, and a 4 in C clamp. Mounts to my 149's fender without drilling. Can is screwed into wood with enough room to mount camp. Hope this may help with some cup holder ideas!
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I made this holder thing for tools for when I plowed my garden. To make it I needed a tin can, 1or 2 in screws, one washer to fit screw about 8 in of 2x4 lumber, cut in about half, a spacer metal chunk or wood, and a 4 in C clamp. Mounts to my 149's fender without drilling. Can is screwed into wood with enough room to mount camp. Hope this may help with some cup holder ideas!
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