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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 08-14-2009, 06:21 PM Thread Starter
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is there any way....

you can put a center console & some how an arm rest in a 2007 ls?
i don't have one & it gets on my freakin nerves.. lol..
any help would be nice
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Yes you can, if you search the forums you will find a few differnt posts for that topic. I did in about an hour and a half. Strongly suggest that you buy one from the local dealer(Chevy or Pontiac), that way you have all the required instructions.
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yeaaa. what he said.

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I do not have one in my SS, I want to do it but for the money I always talk myself out of it for something else. It is annoying not having something to rest on alright.

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do you guys have an automatic? i have a 5 spd and i always thought it would be a pain to have an armrest when i shift. or is that just me?

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I have an Automatic sedan, do not know what kind of room issues there are with a manual.
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do you guys have an automatic? i have a 5 spd and i always thought it would be a pain to have an armrest when i shift. or is that just me?
the pain isnt with the shifter, its when u want to raise and drop the ebrake, my buddy has a factory armrest on his 07 lt, anoying as hell to set the ebrake...
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the pain isnt with the shifter, its when u want to raise and drop the ebrake, my buddy has a factory armrest on his 07 lt, anoying as hell to set the ebrake...
Ya thats why i haven't got one.

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Well the armrest flips up making pulling the ebrake easy. The first cobalt I test drove back in '05 was an LT with a 5-speed and the arm-rest, never had a problem with shifting.

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I have a 5 speed with an arm rest. I have no problems shifting. Setting the ebrake is annoying, but you get used to it..

They also have arm rest kits on ebay



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