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Moxie Mike

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If you get a chance to measure them, I would appreciate it. Just got black ones for a different table, they were 2 3/4" deep and I like them deep. I would not want to go less than 2 1/2" for the table I'm planning. Thanks.
They're about 2 inches deep.
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Fully installed (the cutoff leg is visable in the rear):
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Thanks for all of the responses about the stripped wood. I bought some plastic wood filler from home depot and will re-do that rail after my game on Friday.

Also seeing those cup holders makes me want to do that next.... What kind of drill attachment do you need?
 

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Thanks for all of the responses about the stripped wood. I bought some plastic wood filler from home depot and will re-do that rail after my game on Friday.

Also seeing those cup holders makes me want to do that next.... What kind of drill attachment do you need?
This will bore right through and give you a nice clean cut (just make sure you don't run into the tubular legs that are mounted right below 4 of the cupholders):

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-2-3-4-in-Hole-Dozer-Hole-Saw-49-56-9635/202327755

You also need the arbor: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-3-8-in-Quick-Change-Large-Hole-Saw-Arbor-W-Pilot-Drill-Bit-49-56-7250/202256264

Just make sure your drill will accept a 3/8" shank.
 

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This will bore right through and give you a nice clean cut (just make sure you don't run into the tubular legs that are mounted right below 4 of the cupholders):

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-2-3-4-in-Hole-Dozer-Hole-Saw-49-56-9635/202327755

You also need the arbor: https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwaukee-3-8-in-Quick-Change-Large-Hole-Saw-Arbor-W-Pilot-Drill-Bit-49-56-7250/202256264

Just make sure your drill will accept a 3/8" shank.
Nice! Might not be so bad. Do you have to re-staple the felt around the hole you create so the felt still stays tight? And do you cut the felt first or just start drilling?
 

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Nice! Might not be so bad. Do you have to re-staple the felt around the hole you create so the felt still stays tight? And do you cut the felt first or just start drilling?
No. Just remove the stock cupholders and bore through it all. The staples and the rail are plenty to hold the felt in place.
 

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Decided to get some work done during my vacation time. Fixed one half of the SSC that was originally applied upside down, drilled for new cup holders (thanks @Moxie Mike), and will be installing 10 usb charging ports and mounting a charging station underneath that will plug into an outlet
 

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Decided to get some work done during my vacation time. Fixed one half of the SSC that was originally applied upside down, drilled for new cup holders (thanks @Moxie Mike), and will be installing 10 usb charging ports and mounting a charging station underneath that will plug into an outlet
Where did you find those USB plugs?
 
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