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Hi,

Anyone know if an additional armrest can be fitted to the right side of the drivers seat on a 2008 tranny? There seems to be a fixing point under the fabric/plastic and the seat seems to be the same as the passenger one. If I can fit one, where is the best (cheapest) place to source one?
Thanks for any help.

Scott
 

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Thanks for the replies.

I'm going to check out a Ford garage tomorrow for a simple 'spare' armrest and fixings. I'm sure there is a fixing point on the seat and, if so, fitting should be fairly simple.

I'll post when I find out more tomorrow.
 

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:D we HAVE a drivers rh side arm rest, and all the others, :roll: so they can be fitted, cos as i said we have them and have them all! my right hand side was wonky, and also on another van we looked at, but we managed to tighten it up, and i like the fact it goes out of the way completely! airplane ones don't, and i DON'T LIKE IT,OR THEM , but i do love flying!
 

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p.p.s just checked out the link, and blow me down, we just got our swivel base from wyvern! so would recommend!, got a bit held up with the bank hols, which :evil: miffed a bit, but came today, yay, and its brill! yay
 

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Transit armrest

I reckon that Ford Galaxy armrests might fit with the added advantage that they are height adjustable.I intend having a scout round the local breakers when I get a chance.They certainly seem the same shape as fitted to my '04 Autosleeper plus mine appear to have blanking plugs just where the adjuster rod fits on the Galaxy.
 
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