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Old 08-20-2014, 12:30 PM   #1
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Hey all.. I'm 100 percent positive I'm not the only one dealing with this issue. 3rd ford in a row (of course I'm super happy) but the one major issue I keep running into is the center console! That dang rubber around the cupholder keeps coming up and I can't figure out how to fix it.


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I've attached a picture.. yes it's kinda gross to look at (might as well ask) what about the center console as a whole? Best way to clean the top material?
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I have the same issue with my 2004 screw, I wish I could put the other console in mine.
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X2 then clamp it till it sets....I don't care if you have to go so far as to use rubber bands.
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Looks like a 3 year old lives in that interior......seems more than the cupholder/armrest needs attention. Who spills that much crap all over everything ? Do you use a spitoon or your seats when you spit out your chew??
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Looks like a 3 year old lives in that interior......seems more than the cupholder/armrest needs attention. Who spills that much crap all over everything ? Do you use a spitoon or your seats when you spit out your chew??
This made me laugh. I'm more **** about my truck too, but that just looks like he works in it
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I would suggest an XL with vinyl seats next time if its a work truck.
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Mine did the same, I removed it and replaced it with a piece of wood I shaped to match. I used some light texture black paint to coat it and used some black fabric paint on the console lid.

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Looks like a 3 year old lives in that interior......seems more than the cupholder/armrest needs attention. Who spills that much crap all over everything ? Do you use a spitoon or your seats when you spit out your chew??
haha.. no, I purchased it that way. The guy was a marine. I don't chew! My first f150's interior was flawless.. since I bought it this way, I am searching for ways to clean it up.
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This made me laugh. I'm more **** about my truck too, but that just looks like he works in it
I was embarrassed to show the pictures in the first place, but I bought it this way and I'm looking for ways to clean it up!
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