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DODGE VIPER Cup Holder with brushed aluminum trim ring

PART's: #
DVCH024  or  # DVCH026

Items Included Standard Kit:
1 - Cup Holder trim ring
2 - Rubber O-rings
3 - 3" Drill Bit (only included in part kit  # 

1. Care must be taken when preparing the surface of your interior center console.  First put masking tape of the area that you are going to place the cup holder.

2.  Next find the center point of the circle where your cup holder is going to be placed.  Start by measuring 4.50 (4 ) inches from the passenger side of the center console edge and place a small erasable mark.  Then measure 5.25 (5 )inches from the lip that crosses the rear of the center console and make a mark that crosses the first mark you placed.  This X is the place you will place your compass.  See diagram below.

3.  Use the cardboard pattern included or take a drawing compass and put the center needle on the X you have drawn.  Stretch the pencil leg out to a distance of 1 inches.  Swing it around to draw a circle that is 1  inches in radius (3.0 inches in diameter).
NOTE:  Be careful not to make the hole any bigger than 3 inches.  It is better to make it a little too small and have to do a little filing.

4.  At this point you will place the 3 inch drill bit at the center and drill a hole.  Hold the drill steady with both hands so it doesn't slip.

 Insert the cup holder into the hole.  The cup holder comes with a rubber O-ring seal attached however, you may use a little silicone if you which for a seal.
NOTE:  f the hole is too small then you can use a file or some rough sand paper to cut down the edges to enlarge the hole opening slightly. 

NOTE:  If it is too big you will need to purchase a beauty ring (3 inch washer) to go around the cub holder.
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Immediately after hole has been cut out.  There is plenty of depth for even a large cup to be seated.



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