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Old 22nd March 2008, 09:08   #1
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Hey, will be great if soneome can help with contacts for getting good quality arm rests installed in the Fiesta in Noida / Delhi region. If you have got it done and hav photogrpahs, pl. do send them.
Any help on this is appreciated!!
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Old 23rd March 2008, 08:52   #2
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Check post# 8 of this thread:

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...-rest-zen.html (Arm rest for Zen)
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Go to Car raunaq Sector 16 NOIDA. The moment you will utter the word arm rest he would know you are from this part of the woods. Cost should be between 550-650.
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Guys, I need armrest for my accent too.

Can someone shed some more details on this mechanic from SEC 18 Noida. I live in Gurgaon.

Would be great to get a phone number
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Guys, I need armrest for my accent too.

Can someone shed some more details on this mechanic from SEC 18 Noida. I live in Gurgaon.

Would be great to get a phone number
its sec 16.

pm wanderernomad. and fwd that pm to me
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I had a dekho at the armrest options available at Car Raunaq (Sec-16 Noida). They have 3 types (or lets say 3 different qualities) of them at the showroom. The cheapest one costs like 500 or 600 (dont remember exact price) but is very cheap looking and fragile. Next is a broader armrest that looks decent and costs like 1200. Lastly they have a 2200 rupees option that is really decent (gives Fabia OEM looks!).

I desperately wanted one for my i10 the only armrest that I liked (the 2200 rupees one) wont fit!

Anybody knows any other options in Delhi region where we can get driverside armrest for i10?
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I too am looking for Arm Rests for my Fiesta 1.6. Wondering if anybody here got this fitted recently? Any recommended places for B'Lore?
TIA
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I too need a front arm rest for my SX4 in Bangalore. Can some one help to identify a good shop?
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I know this is almost an year old discussion. I am in look out for one. I also browsed through other forums and finally found this from eBay for 1700/-.

Universal Car Arm Rest / Hand Rest Big Black Color | eBay

This is no longer available on eBay. This is suppose to be universal front armrest. Has anyone tried one like this?

To install this, seats are required to be removed, holes are drilled in the housing holding the hand brake lever. You may not be able to use the cup holder if you have one in that location after installation.

There is another thread on this.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/modifi...est-zen-3.html (Arm rest for Zen)

I am in Mumbai. I am looking at installing one for Fiesta. Any reliable installers who can install this for me or can source this for me?
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I am in Mumbai. I am looking at installing one for Fiesta. Any reliable installers who can install this for me or can source this for me?
I got mine made by my carpenter. I was getting my home interior done by this carpenter so he didn't charge me anything for this hand rest.
Later got art leather cover done for it.
I have just put a double sided tape to keep it in place(no drilling or screws required). Check out the snaps.
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I got mine made by my carpenter......
That looks very neat and perfect. I can show this to the number of friends who are always looking for an after-market fitment.
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I got mine made by my carpenter. I was getting my home interior done by this carpenter so he didn't charge me anything for this hand rest.
Later got art leather cover done for it.
I have just put a double sided tape to keep it in place(no drilling or screws required). Check out the snaps.
Good loking arm rests, but is this the right size, would it help rest the arm or just the elbow portion only.

Is the entire setup made of wood? The hinge though is an eyesore, sorry for that.
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Good loking arm rests, but is this the right size, would it help rest the arm or just the elbow portion only.

Is the entire setup made of wood? The hinge though is an eyesore, sorry for that.
Yes the size looks small. But i had kept the length and height specifically for my seating position. I can rest 3-4inch of my arm and also it does not cause any obstruction to gear change. It took 3 iterations to get shape/length/height correct.

Its entirely made of wood. Before I had put the art leather cover, my friends use to say that it looks like rat trap .
I agree hinge is an eyesore, but only a small portion is visible at the back when its closed. I was anyway happy since it didn't cost me anything
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I came across a new model of armrests while scouting around for options for my Fiesta:

http://shop.cardekho.com/comfort/new...ack~14393.html

Does anybody have experience with this type of armrest?
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