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    Does anybody know where I can get replacement material for the central arm rest. Mine is wearing away.

    Any ideas???

    Jax


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    Probobly, not the answer you wanted, but you'll have buy a new top section from VX.

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    Scrappies, and cut a section out of a seat back, dismantle arm rest stretch over fix in place and hey presto.,

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    Good idea that man... never even occoured to me

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    either that or recover it in something a little less abrasive on the skin!

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    Had mine trimmed in leather along withe the seats etc but would probably look good on its own - even moreso if you get a matching gear lever gaitre

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