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If you like driving your car as much as looking at it, so why not make the inside of your chariot as nice as the outside? People often upgrade the interior with custom dash kits, steering wheels, seat covers and floor mats. Thanks to Boomerang now we can add an armrest and complete vehicle's style.

The armrest is a good place to rest your arm while driving. This high-quality armrest also ensures superior comfort and added storage that the original manufacturer seems to have overlooked. Thanks to the heavy-duty material the accessory is made of, you will enjoy the 'like-new' appearance for many years to come.

If your vehicle's interior lacks the finishing touch and you care about the details, Boomerang® - Armrest is a great solution! The unit is very convenient and versatile, and is engineered to seamlessly integrate with your vehicle's interior. It is available for the Jeep Wrangler 2007-2010.







Make sure to check this video - you can see how an armrest looks like on example of Ford Fiesta:

What do you think about it?
 

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Neat .. Be nice if you did a jeep video though.
 

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We are approved sponsor of this forum. This section is created for promos and announcements from our store. We don't bother you with advertisements on a daily basis, and don't post in inappropriate areas following all forum rules. This particular post might be useful for some of the forum members though.
Boomerang makes this Armrest for different makes and models, and unfortunately they do not provide pictures and videos for each make and model.
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The armrest in the OP and the second one you posted are not the same armrest. I'm just saying if you try to market winches and 37" tires to a lowrider crowd you are missing your target audience. Same here.
 

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The second arm rest is more doable. Know one of the first mods we did to ours was put a 3 in pad on what they called an arm rest. No sure who did Jeep's ergonomic study/compliance the first few yrs but they should have been fired for that one.

Only concern with this arm rest is if the cover is made of rubber. Not sure I want that on my skin out here in the dry heat or even in humid south. Also, how is the compliance in cold weather? Stiff or flexible?
 
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