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post #1 of 13 Old 06-06-2010, 02:46 PM Thread Starter
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Armrests

How do you get the armrests off of the captains chairs in a Lariat?

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Id like to know also, mine is cracked bad and need to get re covered

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I'm thinking about swapping mine and flipping them. The drivers side leather is cracked real bad where my elbow goes. If I flip them, it will underneath the passengers side so you'd never see it.
There is a lot less padding on th bottom side, so it might not be the best idea, but I was gonna try it

Anyway.....how do they come off?
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That is a good idea . . . until you flip up the passenger one and see the hole in it
But I'd like to know cause mine is bad also



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You pull the vinyl and foam up and over where the hinge would be,one bolt with a torx head is all that is holding it on....
I don't think you could just flip them around because the stopper would be in the wrong spot and the arm rest would just fall down.
I'll take pics later....


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Yeah I wasn't sure if is be able to flip them or not. I was going to try, but you're probably right about the stopper.

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im not in the truck but could you take the cover off and flip it maybe, prob easier to get re covered

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I'm going to get them both off and play around with them. Theres got to be a way swap some stuff and have it look good with out having it re-covered

I'll let you know what I end up finding out

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Anyone have any idea how much it would be to get 2 captain chairs recovered at a shop?

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Sawzall would work.

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