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Old 04-02-2007, 09:28 PM   #1
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Hey gang, gotta quick question, does anyone know how to remove the plastic housing for the rear pass through?? I got some ideas I'm kickin around and the pass through needs to go. I want to keep my armrest, just remove the plastic housing.


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the hinge for the armrest is built into the plastic housing.

I am not sure how the armrest would continue to have full support of the hinge if the rest of it wasn't there.

I am very interested to see what your plans are

I am going home this weekend and could look a bit deper on a spare rear seat I have if you dont feel like removing yours.
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