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Old 06-27-2007, 05:40 AM
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Since frankenstiens Alive and humping......
6.8 and all the way back, you think It's bad?
And loose my 3rd and precious Cup holder ACK!
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Old 03-19-2009, 03:42 PM
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looking for the size of these screws....thanx

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Old 04-10-2016, 12:38 AM
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Default Mikochu, that was an AWESOME tutorial. Thanks!

I just bought the Boomerang armrest for my 2006 Scion xB, to replace Scion's after-market armrest, which, though it had no storage, was okay for the first 4-5 years, but the material on the armrest had totally faded to a baby diarrhea brown, and since the rest of interior still looks brand new, I wanted a refresh. Today I installed the Boomerang, and though the armrest is very nice, the single-page printed instructions with its very poor quality photographs was next to useless for figuring out how and where to place the stabilizers. As a lazy person, I was tempted, as others had done, to install it without them, but I knew I'd be disappointed every time I leaned on it and it tilted to one side, so I did a search and found this incredible tutorial. With Mikochu's detailed instruction and REALLY clear photos, it was really easy to install the stabilizers correctly. I actually joined this forum just so I could thank you (the link to your website doesn't work). So...THANK YOU, Mikochu! Shilo 4/9/16
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P.S. If anybody else is considering purchasing one of these, I will note that mine arrived without the 36-CD holder that is supposed to be included; it would have fit snugly into the base of the armrest. As I would have just thrown it away anyway, I didn't care, but if it's something you would use, make sure it arrives with your armrest.
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Old 08-05-2018, 09:30 PM
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Thanks so much for posting this. You just really made my day.
The lack of an armrest was the only thing really BUGGING me about this car, because I sometimes have to drive long distances to a job.
This looks just like what I was missing.
wooHOOOO!

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