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Old 10-25-13, 12:00 PM   #31
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My gf's car came with one!
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My gf's car came with one!
Anyone know if this comes standard now on '13 models?
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Old 12-12-13, 03:39 PM   #33
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Anyone know if this comes standard now on '13 models?
Yes and yes it does. Here's a pic of my '13.

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Sweet thanks!! Picking my '13 up tomorrow morning. Haven't see it yet. First time seeing the car in person tomorrow.

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Old 12-13-13, 09:55 AM   #35
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The center arm pad looks real good. I will order mine from Sewell Lexus parts. Thanks for the pictures and part number...
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Default Double Back tape install?

It looks to have two threaded studs. Did you remove them or just drill clearance holes, then use 3M automotive trim tape? Seems like that would work fine and negate removing console for install.

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Old 11-17-14, 08:39 PM   #37
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Im ordering one for my 11 , has any new people tried these ? one person said they are hard is that true ? cant be any harder than the plastic . Also how hard is it to add or do I have to drill holes or will tape work ?
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Im ordering one for my 11 , has any new people tried these ? one person said they are hard is that true ? cant be any harder than the plastic . Also how hard is it to add or do I have to drill holes or will tape work ?
I'd like to know that too!! I think I came across few posts mentioning that it is not really supple but on the stiff side..
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Even if they are fairly hard, it would be better then having just the plastic, which is narrower and has less surface space to rest your arm on. Plus, the aftermarket arm rest will probably break in after a while and get a bit softer.
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I installed on one my 2011. It's not hard but it's not super padded either. The padding is minimal but it's definitely not leather over plastic. I like it and it took me maybe 5-7 minutes to install.
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Amything has to be better than what's there now.....nothing
What parts will I hvae to tak off ? I'm a little worried just because I don't know what parts to remove , heard I drill a few holes
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I installed my armpad today and looks and feels good.


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