Nice way to mount the Yetti or Ozark Mugs - GL1800Riders
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post #1 of 29 (permalink) Old 03-13-2017, 01:57 PM Thread Starter
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Nice way to mount the Yetti or Ozark Mugs

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.
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I found a 4" PVC sewer fitting next to the drainage fittings and pipe for French drains. It has an outward flange at one end and a inward flange that fits in the large Butler compression ring and holds the new 40 oz Ozark Trail cup. Just spray painted it flat black and it works perfectly.
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I found a 4" PVC sewer fitting next to the drainage fittings and pipe for French drains. It has an outward flange at one end and a inward flange that fits in the large Butler compression ring and holds the new 40 oz Ozark Trail cup. Just spray painted it flat black and it works perfectly.
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Pictures of the 40 oz Ozark Trail retrofit using the large Butler compression ring. Lowes part # 24093 for $2.97.
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Thanks for the photos DoubleR.

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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.
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I found a 4" PVC sewer fitting next to the drainage fittings and pipe for French drains. It has an outward flange at one end and a inward flange that fits in the large Butler compression ring and holds the new 40 oz Ozark Trail cup. Just spray painted it flat black and it works perfectly.
I saw this last year and did it. Great idea! Riding down the road just bend forward and take a sip out of the straw. I put a small bungee over it to hold it down when hitting our wonderful large potholes.


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I think I am missing something here. Where do you get the black plastic piece that you mount? Is that a Yeti piece that comes with the cup?

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I think I am missing something here. Where do you get the black plastic piece that you mount? Is that a Yeti piece that comes with the cup?
It is a Yeti Tumbler handle.(optional)

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So do you add your own straw or just not have one?

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