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Old 04-30-2005, 22:01   #1 (permalink)
jascle
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armrest removal



I am trying to remove a the armrest from my motorhome, built on an F450.
It should be the standard Superduty seat.
It is the swiveling type. I would like to avoid taking the whole seat
apart.

Thanks,

jascle@aol.com


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Old 05-01-2005, 00:01   #2 (permalink)
Jim Warman
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Re: armrest removal

If it is the style I'm thinking of.... raise the armrest and look along the
bottom seam.... thiere should be a velcro closure. Open this closure and
carefully peel the cover up at the outer side of the rear of the armrest.
You should see the retaining bolt... about a T40ish Torx bit should work.
The last armrests I did were on the third and second row seats of an E
SuperDuty so I'm hoping my info is applicable.

HTH

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> I am trying to remove a the armrest from my motorhome, built on an F450.
> It should be the standard Superduty seat.
> It is the swiveling type. I would like to avoid taking the whole seat
> apart.
>
> Thanks,
>
> jascle@aol.com
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