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Old 01-22-2012, 09:47 AM
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Fold down armrest question!!

Just wondering if anyone knows how to pull off the fold down seat armrest on 99-07 super duty trucks... I havent really tried yet so i figure id ask on here,, bought leather armrest replacements and it would make it so much easier to remove them!! I know they come off so its just a matter of figureing it out,, if anyone knows please post,, thanks!!!
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Old 01-22-2012, 12:17 PM
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I'd be interested also as I have cracks in mine so it would be nice to get them recovered.
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I'd be interested also as I have cracks in mine so it would be nice to get them recovered.
Well u i have a contact that makes better than oem covers,, oem isnt leather these are and were only 100.00 shipped and are a perfect match to my 07 harley seats!!!! Ill figure it out i just havent looked into it yet but once the snow melts ill be driving my truck to the shop and ill get em off!!!!
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You have to pull the cover off a little by the back where it is hinged. Just one bolt to take out. It takes a big allen wrench. Not sure the size.
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You have to pull the cover off a little by the back where it is hinged. Just one bolt to take out. It takes a big allen wrench. Not sure the size.
Thankyou very much,,, will be doing this swap this week!!!
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I just wiggled the cover completely off, flipped it over and reinstalled it on the opposite side. Took the cover from the drivers side armrest and installed it on the passenger side and the passenger side armrest on the driver side. Took 5 minutes looks like new!
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