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Tighten loose armrests

what if you are me and you remove the ajustment knob,like a big retard and can't get it to screw back together?
mike
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If you need to pull the fabric off and replace it on 1987 - 1991 armrest you can take a slidepuller to get the adjusting knob off. The rest is simple. Have Fun, David C
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Mark Tuovinen suggests using Loctite thread locker on the Allen bolts that old the shaft to the seatback. Sounds like just the thing to avoid repeating the procedure.
jm
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