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Old 30th October 2009, 11:13   #16
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I read on another thread that the Swift arm rest fits perfectly in the Punto
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Old 30th October 2009, 13:19   #17
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I read on another thread that the Swift arm rest fits perfectly in the Punto
Pragmites, please help us locating that thread. Thanks!
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Old 30th October 2009, 13:34   #18
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Sandev: Check out this link.

http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/test-d...report-30.html (Fiat Grande Punto : 1.3 Multijet : Emotion Pack : 4000 km report)
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Old 30th October 2009, 13:38   #19
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Thanks Buddy, it certainly helped. Will try to contact Carax.com for the same.
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Hi All,
Has anyone successful in fitting Linea's arm rest in Punto?
I know Amogh fitted Swifts arm rest in Punto but he did not upload any pic of the same.
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Old 29th December 2009, 15:41   #21
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Same here. Im looking for someone who can fit the front arm rest on my Linea Dynamic. The armrest sure is very addictive...

I asked around in the dealership, and everyone says that its not possible...but it sure seems to a direct fit!
Ok, finally managed to get the front arm rest installed on my Linea. Got it done at Fortune Cars, Powai.
Rajendra - who works there - was very kind to do the R&D required to get the part list, and order them from Fiat.
The spare parts cost comes to @2k only, and labour charge is @ 1.5K.


The armrest makes life so much easier, im loving it.
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Ok, finally managed to get the front arm rest installed on my Linea. Got it done at Fortune Cars, Powai.
Rajendra - who works there - was very kind to do the R&D required to get the part list, and order them from Fiat.
The spare parts cost comes to @2k only, and labour charge is @ 1.5K.


The armrest makes life so much easier, im loving it.
Please post the pics bro....
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Old 20th January 2010, 16:37   #23
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Hey thats fantastic. Do share the pics...and hey can you please ask the guys at Fortune Motors if its possible to get it fit on Punto as well? Along with me...many other Punto user will appreciate a lot.

Thanks!
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Old 27th January 2010, 18:37   #24
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Hey thats fantastic. Do share the pics...and hey can you please ask the guys at Fortune Motors if its possible to get it fit on Punto as well? Along with me...many other Punto user will appreciate a lot.

Thanks!
It is identical to what comes as standard on the Emotion PK.

It is possible to get it fitted on the punto. The second advantage is that its possible to get a rear vent for the AC, with more mods.

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Thanks Buddy...I'll be visiting Powai pretty soon and will contact the gentlemen Rajendra.

Thanks again!
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@ihrishi

Please post some pictures dude.
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Old 27th January 2010, 20:24   #27
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Please post some pictures dude.
Yes please.... that would be helpful!
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The Linea is wider than the Punto. If you want to install the armrest from the linea on the punto, you will first have to change your seats to make space for it. This is due to additional width of the Linea.
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Old 10th November 2010, 20:13   #29
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Thumbs up Linea Armrest for Punto - FITS PERFECTLY

Finally, I could fit Linea armrest in Punto. It fits perfectly. You need the following parts:
Part No: Part
735489747: Armrest
51780084: Bracket
11568424: M6x25 Bolts - 3 Nos.
14644990: Rivets - 2 Nos. (Optional - if you could get someone to rivet)

You need to remove the existing cup holder unit which is behind the handbreak & you need to cut the cupholder part of the console. The bottom body has the necessary bolt holes & holes for riveting (however its very difficult fit the rivet). All you need is to fix the bracket to the body & the bracket will come through the cupholder (which you need to cut-out) and then fix the armrest to the bracket. you are done. And it fits perfectly.

Overall spare part cost is Rs.1500/- max. (YES IT IS FIFTEEN HUNDRED I HAVEN'T OMITTED 'zero')

And guess what, the armrest is imported & not a local unit. The wrapper has the logo of LANCIA
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Overall spare part cost is Rs.1500/- max. (YES IT IS FIFTEEN HUNDRED I HAVEN'T OMITTED 'zero')
And guess what, the armrest is imported & not a local unit. The wrapper has the logo of LANCIA
Its a steal for Rs.1500/-!! Did you buy it from Fiat? Any other charges?
Can you please upload some pics of your work?
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