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Is anyone using a Sticky Pad ?

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#1 howards11


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Posted 27 April 2004 - 09:50 AM

Is anyone using a Sticky Pad ?




#2 FillG


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Posted 28 April 2004 - 09:56 PM

A friend of mine has one. He says it does an amazing job of holding things in place but that may also be because his Saturns dash has a little indentation that's made to put things into anyways. He says he used to have trouble with stuff sliding out of it and across the dash but since he lined the bottom of it with one of those things, it's not a problem. I think it probably would depend on your driving style too.... I get used to driving my Miata and tossing it around the corners and have a hard time settling down when I get in the Legacy OBW. I don't think a sticky pad would work for me. :D

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Posted 28 April 2004 - 11:51 PM

I Just bought a roll of the grippy matt stuff that you use to line cabnets and drawers with. It's also used to hold rugs down on hard surfaced floors.

Cut it, and voila, custom grippyness

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