There never seems to be enough cup holders in the cab of most farm equipment and in some of the major OEM's..... the cup holders are not the most useful. So, Displaybracket.com decided to tackle the challenge and make something that would work better, be in a better spot and fit more size cups.
"We have to bend them by hand after they are laser cut from steel." said Scott Feddes of Displaybracket.com "There are two lengths of tabs shipped with every cup holder so that they work with a pop can up to a 3.75" travel mug with handle." added Scott. Displaybracket.com offers many mounting options to choose from to fit a lot of different makes and models of equipment.
Why are some cup holders on the left side of the cab. Which way do you turn around when you are in the cab? The RIGHT. Where should the cup holder be? On the RIGHT! Also, these cup holders aren't going to sit in the show room or on the dealers lot. They are going to go to work in a field, sometimes a rough field. So agricultural cup holders should be deep so that the drink doesn't tip over or get knocked out when it gets a little rough or things come to a sudden stop.
Of course visibility is always a concern, but have no fear there is no limit to your visibility when one of these cup holders is installed. They couldn't come up with a cup holder for every size beverage container on the planet and still sell it for a price less than a farm payment. So there are limits to the size of cup that will fit in the holder. These cup holders work for something smaller than a standard pop can up to a large 3.75" travel mug (with handle). Size is adjusted by using the supplied different lengths of tabs.
There are versions to fit John Deere, Case IH, New Holland, Massey, AGCO and Challenger. Ask your local dealer about them today.