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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-24-2007, 01:12 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys, so i just recently installed a jdm itr armrest eliminator, and was wondering what, if any of you did about those two metal clips that hold the oem armrest in place?
They are an eyesore, and more importantly, they are sharp. I was thinking of just taking a pair of metal shears and cutting them from under the carpeting. Any suggestions?

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post #2 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-24-2007, 01:17 PM
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my arm rest eliminator came with a new bracket to put in place of that one for the clips on the rear of it to snap in, if you want a pic of it i can get you one.
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i'd really appreciate it if you could!
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ill go take one right now, give me a minute
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here you go....



note the black one replaces the old rusted out one next to it, the two slots in there are for the clips on the bottem of the eliminator...



those are the clips that go in the slots.. hope this helps you out a little bit.
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thanks alot kevin it did help alot!
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no problem glad i could assist
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Does anyone know where I could order one of those brackets? I hate how my armrest delete can be pulled up so easily.
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it should have come with the kit, unless you bought it off someone on here.
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I bought it off someone locally, and they did not have it. I know it should have come with it, but the fact is that it did not.
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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 10-24-2007, 02:03 PM
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I bought it off someone locally, and they did not have it. I know it should have come with it, but the fact is that it did not.
I've been trying to find a bracket for mine for quite some time now. No one will separate it from the armrest eliminator. You can fab one though, thin sheet steel is all that is needed.

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I will probably just fab one then. I've never even seen a photo of one before this thread. Thanks for the info.
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http://inlinefour.com/jdmintypcenc.html
See the link above...inlinfour sells the eliminator and the bracket is optional for +$10. So i'm sure they will sell it to you separately.
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