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Old 06-09-2021, 12:22 PM   #1
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Arm Rest Removal

Just bought 2014 Precept and need to redo captain and copilot chairs. Has anyone got experience removing the arm rest. No bolt at end, can't see or feel a clip and tried putting in up position and pulling up alike some of the U tube videos show to no success. Any help out there?
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Just bought 2014 Precept and need to redo captain and copilot chairs. Has anyone got experience removing the arm rest. No bolt at end, can't see or feel a clip and tried putting in up position and pulling up alike some of the U tube videos show to no success. Any help out there?
On our old Winnebago Adventurer we had to raise the arm, push in, and then raise the arm a tad more. It would elevate another couple of degrees and then pull out. YMMV
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Our right side arm rests disengaged from the seat frame at about the 10 O'clock position, left arm rest at 2 O'clock position.
Mine were a 3/4 rod" with a pin welded at 90 degrees.
As I rotated the arm rest pushing in slightly you could feel the pin release from the frame then pull out.
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I will try again tomorrow. Anyone know what seat Jayco used in 2014. I don't think flex steel as no logo on seats.
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