Console Risers with cupholders

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Mark Hueffman - Owner
Now available! CONSOLE RISERS WITH CUPHOLDERS Only issue is the drinkholder section covers the ashtray area! These just fit over the existing console without the use of tools and are easily removed.
 

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Mark Hueffman - Owner
Color samples, looks like some close matches for the other Buick colors. Let me know what you think.
 

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Mark Hueffman - Owner
Shorty version is coming soon as well for those who still want access to the ashtray or an ashtray switch panel. Going to have the manufacturer extend them an inch forward to cover the gap between the stock lid and the main console. These are pics of the prototype in my GN.
 

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RizGN

Wanted 87 Rosewood
I love it ,got the Saddle and matches perfect. Already had my coffee in it,not between leggs anymore.
 

Sydwyndr

Admin
Staff member
Awesome product!!! This is the way all turbo buicks should have came

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I agree. I found no use for the shorty ones. I simply slide my regular one back and still have access to the switchtray... MUCH rather have the longer one myself
 

TR Custom Parts

Mark Hueffman - Owner
The shorty ones are now available as well. Same pricing. Don't have it indicated on the site yet but if you want to order go ahead and just remind me that you want the short style. Adjustments have been made to the length to cover that gap. Will post some pics later and will try to update the site tonite.
 

TR Custom Parts

Mark Hueffman - Owner
It's close but let's face it, most of us only use drive or OD and leave it. I had the manufacturer come up with one with no cup holders that allows you to still use the ashtray area especially if you are using one of our switch panels there.
 

wb_7354

Active Member
Does the cup holders get in the way of shifting comfortably? It looks better but am curious how it compares to the shorty console as far as ease of use for shifting.

If you shift from 1-2, I find it hard to do with the console. However it never was easy when racing as the shift comes so quickly off the line. I only shift manually on the 2-3.
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Junior Maldonado

1987 Buick Grand National Astroroof
If you shift from 1-2, I find it hard to do with the console. However it never was easy when racing as the shift comes so quickly off the line. I only shift manually on the 2-3.
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Thanks for the info and pics, very helpful.
 

Boston GN

Well-Known Member
I need details on that carbon fiber steerling wheel!

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It's an older "Grant" steering wheel. Had the three spokes like the original wheel and that's why I bought it. I think it was purchased 16 years ago. Not sure if they still produce it. I'll take a look
 
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