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Old 06-16-2018, 12:00 PM   #1
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Renegade Driver Seats with Two Arm Rests

Standard on Renegade, no reason it can't be optional on Dynamax, Dynamax has informed me that I will have to return the Drivers seat to the Manufacturer so the other Arm rest can be installed....

holy moly...shipping will cost more than the repairs, and will probably get back a damaged seat?

Going to look at other options, will update once I run some traps...

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Old 06-16-2018, 01:57 PM   #2
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That's what I want, power seats to adjust everything!
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Old 06-16-2018, 05:16 PM   #3
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And a cab privacy curtain. Looks like renegade has us beat in the cab.
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Like the curtain, too. But still want the sun screens to block the heat from coming in.
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Old 06-17-2018, 07:00 AM   #5
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Like the curtain, too. But still want the sun screens to block the heat from coming in.
The curtain would definitely allow the front AC to cool the cab area so one wouldn't have to run Generator in higher temps while in transit...
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That's what I want, power seats to adjust everything!
Yes, and note that the controls are easily accessible, Dynamax seat air control is all but impossible to find while in transit....
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Old 06-17-2018, 08:22 PM   #7
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Standard on Renegade, no reason it can't be optional on Dynamax, Dynamax has informed me that I will have to return the Drivers seat to the Manufacturer so the other Arm rest can be installed....

holy moly...shipping will cost more than the repairs, and will probably get back a damaged seat?

Going to look at other options, will update once I run some traps...

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Why would anyone think you need two arm rests? That would imply you have two arms.
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Old 06-18-2018, 02:09 AM   #8
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My wife generally rides shotgun and she would love two armrests that stay in the same relationship to each other as the seat is adusted to different locations. Keep us posted as to what you find.
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Standard on Renegade, no reason it can't be optional on Dynamax, Dynamax has informed me that I will have to return the Drivers seat to the Manufacturer so the other Arm rest can be installed....

holy moly...shipping will cost more than the repairs, and will probably get back a damaged seat?

Going to look at other options, will update once I run some traps...

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We can do two arm rests on a stock seat...which is what we are doing on the Force currently. We just recover. Your seat however is an aftermarket seat, so that does not have two mounts for arm rests. that is the difference.

We used to run a stock seat and many people complained that they weren't plush enough, too narrow, etc, etc. So we went to an aftermarket seat that was more plush, wider and now the other half complains. I tell my guys all the time...be careful on change....you only hear from the half that don't like what you are doing, you never hear from the half that is happy with it. But you will once you change.

We had a vessel bowl sink...all I heard each week from sales was how people hated it. So we changed to a stainless steel drop in. Then all I heard was how someone only bought ours because of the vessel sink.
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I’ll just chime in with some personal experience as I was thinking about this thread on the last trip. I too thought it was a little unnatural to only have one arm rest but after 30k miles I find I’ve adapted to it. Found myself using the door sill as a second rest as well as just favoring the right side other times. I guess all I’m saying is maybe give it a little time.

I know I’m one that will scream if a change like this were to remove the swivel availability (there Brian I said it before it got removed!)
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