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Old 06-03-2013, 11:32 PM   #21 (permalink)
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My Maui Jims fit in OEM sunglass holder with no problems!
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Old 06-04-2013, 10:06 AM   #22 (permalink)
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I now use that space for a thin set of fingerless driving gloves

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my cheapos fit, my raybans would too, but I don't like that it's all plastic. I need to put a bit of felt or something in there to prevent scratches and reduce the rattles when going over rougher roads
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but is anybody having issues keeping the dang thing shut? especially in hot weather? my glasses fit, but locking mechanism keeps coming undone.
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My ray ban wayfarers fit fine and they are pretty bulky.
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my cheapos fit, my raybans would too, but I don't like that it's all plastic. I need to put a bit of felt or something in there to prevent scratches and reduce the rattles when going over rougher roads
My 2013 came lined in felt.
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Old 06-04-2013, 04:59 PM   #27 (permalink)
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That's not for sunglasses, it's for your WA State (Discovery) parking pass, or any seasonal parking pass you might need.

Or for your fuzzy dice or tree freshener, when you want to hide them from your wife.

IOW, for stuff to hang from the mirror.

(my sunglasses don't fit either, any which way).
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anybody having problems with the compartment staying shut? i think mine is a defect and won't even close and stay shut. it sucks.

Yes, just got a 2.5i premium last week. This weekend, the same problem happens to my outback. The latch is not working. I am going to talk to the dealer. Just a small problem, but it sucks.
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