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Old 01-26-2019, 06:18 AM
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curious if they are worth it and fit well.


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More tiny storage space, more tiny junk. The only thing I would do is to replace the grab handle with sunglass storage box (like some people did here).
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Old 01-26-2019, 11:10 AM
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these are sort of built in my lexus es350 (in the arm rest as grab handles) and come in handy at times (for drive throughs to place your phone or wallet for a few seconds, badge id etc)...I'm so use to it in the lexus and these seem like something similiar...wondering if anyone as tried it.

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curious if they are worth it and fit well
Could you post a link in addition to the photo?
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Could you post a link in addition to the photo?
here is the link on ebay

https://www.ebay.com/itm/4pcs-For-Au...d650%7Ciid%3A1
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Looks interesting. Might be worth a chance at $30.
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yes, i was going to pull the trigger but thought i'd check in case anyone has already tried them. One concern is whether they will rub agaisnt the material on the door (soft material part - vinyl/leather) and leave a mark if they were permanently removed.
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curious if they are worth it and fit well.

Anyone else notice the unlock icon is missing on the top button?

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Anyone else notice the unlock icon is missing on the top button?
Is that a back door? Is the unlock label missing on the back doors?
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Originally Posted by Mckstpat View Post
Is that a back door? Is the unlock label missing on the back doors?
Could very well be..I honestly dont remember if the rears cannot unlock from there but makes sense.
Another thought is if those cups are placed in the handle area used to close the doors and if there's stuff in them, wouldnt that interfere with getting your hand in to close the door?
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