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Old 15 Aug 2011, 11:21 am
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How do you remove the armrests on a 2004 cruiser. I'm trying to replace the seat covers. What tools are needed
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Default Re: 2004 Armrests

You will need a small screwdriver (or similar) to pop off the round cover plug, exposing the torx head bolt. I do not remember what size that torx is. It is tight, so have a suitable torx wrench.

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How do you remove the armrests on a 2004 cruiser. I'm trying to replace the seat covers. What tools are needed
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Old 18 Aug 2011, 01:57 am
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Well...

Its true that we need a small screw and torx wrench to replace the seat covers...
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