Because of the plywood base underneath where the liners go there isn`t any room for the outlet to go in front. And if there were a void there only the tall ones would be able to use it because the fronts of the shorts aren`t that tall. Mike
I just got finished installing these parts and I couldn't be happier with these armrest / cupholders, and the compartment door! The material matches perfectly, and the workmanship and quality is simply outstanding!
Thank you very much for a great addition to my black 88 GT, and some positive feedback left for you!
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For those of you who might have forgotten or any new members who don`t know these are available. I`m still selling these cupholder/armrests. Short or tall version........................................85.00 Any fiero color except Beechwood. Fiero emblem................................................15.00 Different color stitching...................................N/C Shipped to lower 48 states..............................N/C Thanks, Mike
Hello, please confirm price for your latest design deep cupholder with cigarette/accessory socket and Fiero emblem in grey color to match interior of my silver 85 Fiero GT with shipping to Winnipeg Manitoba Canada postal code R2N 4B9. Your armrest/cupholders look awesome! Thank you!
------------------ Second time owner of 1985 Fiero GT. Bought my first Fiero GT new in 1985.
Received my cupholder/armrest today (deep version)and I am very pleased with the workmanship and overall quality. It's a four star product that offers an outstanding,great looking and practical add on for any Fiero. It really upgrades the look of the interior. One of the best new products out there.
------------------ " THE BLACK PARALYZER" -87GT 3800SC Series III engine, ZZP Intercooler, 3.4" Pulley, N* TB, LS1 MAF, Flotech Exhaust Autolite 104's Custom CAI 4T65eHD w. custom axles, HP Tuners VCM Suite. "THE COLUSSUS" 87GT - ALL OUT 3.4L Turbocharged engine, Garrett Hybrid Turbo, MSD ign., modified TH125H " ON THE LOOSE WITHOUT THE JUICE "
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Got my stuff today and all I can say is WOW! Very nice work. They were sitting in the living room from about 4:30 till 10:00. I could not take it any longer so I worked till 11:30 pm to get it installed. Turned out fantastic. Thanks Mike for a great product!
Now if I only had a nice rear console!
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No problem. Just telling it like it is. The interior of the Fiero that theis will be used on is completly out of th car right now. I hope to be putting up pics in the near future. May buy another one later this year but got too many projects working at the moment. ------------------ " THE BLACK PARALYZER" -87GT 3800SC Series III engine, ZZP Intercooler, 3.4" Pulley, N* TB, LS1 MAF, Flotech Exhaust Autolite 104's Custom CAI 4T65eHD w. custom axles, HP Tuners VCM Suite. "THE COLUSSUS" 87GT - ALL OUT 3.4L Turbocharged engine, Garrett Hybrid Turbo, MSD ign., modified TH125H " ON THE LOOSE WITHOUT THE JUICE "
[This message has been edited by Dennis LaGrua (edited 08-27-2011).]
I had thought about punching a hole in the plastic panel where the power mirror switch goes and putting a cupholder in... but that's even nicer. It also raises the padding up to what should be a comfortable level for me. (I'm 6'6" I have to almost lean towards the center to rest my elbow on it)
I was always worried it would interfere with the shifter though when you actually had something in it.... I take it from all the positive reviews however, it must not be a big issue.
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Just a bump for a great product - road tested my arm rest/cupholder over the weekend - just shy of 1600 miles round trip. Lots of twisty mountain roads! Not one spilled drink! Thanks again for your great work Mike!
Just a quick check with people who have bought my cupholders. Another member pointed out to me that in my instructions I say to use a T-15 torx screwdriver to remove screws. He said that his screws are T-10s and I was wondering if anyone else ran into this. My car is an 88 but does anyone know if the earlier cars had smaller torx? I guess it`s possible either my screws were changed out or his screws were changed out. Most of you probably already have a set of torx drivers but I am going to change my directions to read "you might want to check to see if you have T-10 or T-15 screws. I don`t want anybody buying a driver they can`t use. Mike
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