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Old 02-25-2014, 02:02 PM
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Hi,
Anyone with a 2014 TG recommend a good cup holder? Seems like with different setup on the 2014 TG most cup holders won't work.

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Try the Kuryakyn universal drink holder - clutch or brake perch mounting. I have one on the clutch mount. Most Harley dealers will have this.
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I don't have TG, but you might want to check out Hog Trough holders. I love mine. Put a removable rear one on for the wife...
I actually have 3 of them, found the dual front cup holders on EBay for $60.

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I have a perch mount Kuryakan cup holder on my '12 TG. Absolutely love it and their customer service!
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Look at "Chubby Cup". I have one on my '12 and it clamps to the handle bar. The way it is made there are many different mounting options on the bars. They also have one that can be mounted to the controls (this would not work for me on the left side because of the reverse switches). Plus they don't move around.
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I prefer to use my left side saddlebag as my cup/beverage holder. Hence, no splashing onto tank or bike, it's out of the sun and keeps cool longer, less clutter on handlebars.
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I have a cup holder from Kustom Kaddy wwwkruzerkaddy.net
Love it Check it out I got mine at Gator Harley.
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Check out Captain Itch also Sight sponsor has some good stuff
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You could mount this one on either the brake or clutch perch (switch housing), or on the handlebar itself. Roadrunner, made in USA: http://www.leadermotorcycle.com/CTGY/drink.html
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