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Old 05-03-2012, 08:48 PM   #1
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My 88 BII doesn't have one. I would like to stuff one in there. I like having some sort of arm rest and although the cup holders weren't great but serviceable. So where can I get one to fit in there. Don't want a real expensive one. I suppose I could fab an ammo box.
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Old 05-03-2012, 08:57 PM   #2
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My 88 BII doesn't have one. I would like to stuff one in there. I like having some sort of arm rest and although the cup holders weren't great but serviceable. So where can I get one to fit in there. Don't want a real expensive one. I suppose I could fab an ammo box.
explorer center console from a junk yard, prob gonna be less then 40 bucks and it's pretty easy to install!
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Ammo can sounds way more awesome. You can never go wrong with Military Surplus
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I got this one out of a 94 Explorer at a junk yard. Think it cost me $25. The arm rest cover was shot, so I had one made to fit it.

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Ammo can sounds way more awesome. You can never go wrong with Military Surplus
IMO The explorer center console is better because it would probably sit higher, the stock one in my ranger is too low for my liking ( i want to put my arm on it) and an ammo can would probably be about the same height, not to mention it being uncomfortable. but if you don't use it for what i do , then an ammo can would look pretty bad ass.
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Thanks, I will scrounge one from an Explorer. Although the ammo can is fun it doesn't look that good except on a trail rig.
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