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post #21 of 29 (permalink) Old 03-19-2017, 12:10 AM
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Now I'm confused. I thought this was a) the piece from Lowes as a reducer insert to b) the Butler cup mounting ring visible in pics 1 & 5, which I thought was the mount thing that 2WheelNut is talking about.
Two different methods to do the same thing have been shown in the thread. 1 The Yeti cup handle available as an accessory to the cup. 2 The Butler cup mount with a pvc flange.
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Two different methods to do the same thing have been shown in the thread. 1 The Yeti cup handle available as an accessory to the cup. 2 The Butler cup mount with a pvc flange.
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Now I'm confused. I thought this was a) the piece from Lowes as a reducer insert to b) the Butler cup mounting ring visible in pics 1 & 5, which I thought was the mount thing that 2WheelNut is talking about.
@flat6bagger had it correct. I was talking about the mount that Yoda had originally posted, not the butler mount adapter as I don't have a butler cup.
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Flat6bagger you are welcome.

Going to try them out on a trip to Big Bend next week. I'll report back after we return.
The PVC flange worked flawlessly and we had ice and cold liquids for the entire day. Very happy with this fix.

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Slightly different handle, same concept. Thx @Yoda for the idea.

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Not selling these , just showing a nice way for you guys to mount your 20 o z or 30 oz Mugs . Joan likes the bigger mug when riding for long periods so I mounted the 30 o z mug for her. When she wants a coke , she simply takes the Yetti Mug out and folds down the cup holder. Perfect.
Hi Yoda I have one of your gps mounts and really like it. I have a question on the cap bolts you used to mount the holder. Where did you find them long enough to leave both pieces of the clutch reservoir? I am wanting to do same thing but can't find the bolts that long.

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Hi Yoda I have one of your gps mounts and really like it. I have a question on the cap bolts you used to mount the holder. Where did you find them long enough to leave both pieces of the clutch reservoir? I am wanting to do same thing but can't find the bolts that long.
I get them from Ace Hardware Store. They usually have a large selection of Cap Bolts . They also usually have Cap Bolts in Chrome for a bit more money.

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Thanks Yoda. When I was in our ACE store they didn't have any near long enough. I'll just keep looking.

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Pictures of the 40 oz Ozark Trail retrofit using the large Butler compression ring. Lowes part # 24093 for $2.97.
Do they make a ring like that for the smaller butler ring for my 32 oz.
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