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Captur Arm Rest, Mud Flaps and New Owner Update

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Yep that's the one I got for £85 from Renault retail...usually from a dealer they want £130 to £140!
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Originally posted by Pauly57 Pauly57 wrote:

Yep that's the one I got for £85 from Renault retail...usually from a dealer they want £130 to £140!


Does it attach to the seat itself or centre consul mounted? Do you forfeit the storage tray when fitting and any holes to drill? Cheers!
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It attaches to the centre consul and although you forfeit the storage tray it is a storage box itself.
There is one hole to drill for a rubber grommet with a brass insert in the centre of the cup holder
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https://youtu.be/6_v-98k0ugc
Exactly the same fitting in the Captur 👍
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Unlike in the video I did trim mine quite easily with a Stanley's knife to fit over the handbrake moulding.
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Originally posted by Pauly57 Pauly57 wrote:

Unlike in the video I did trim mine quite easily with a Stanley's knife to fit over the handbrake moulding.


Mine just arrived, think I'll trim this one too but just wanted to check this; in the video the RT hand drive Clio handbrake seems bias towards the passenger seat yet my Captur handbrake is set towards drivers seat, guess yours is same? So it's trimmed on opposite side to the Clio if that makes sense?

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It needs to be trimmed on whatever side the handbrake is...If you test fit it first you'll soon see where 👍
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Cheers for posting instructions link, I've just fitted mine, straight forward maybe 40 mins max. I filed out the contours to get the fit spot on, didn't fancy using scissors. Just need a decent ride out to try it, typical yesterday did 250 motorway miles would've been handy!
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