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Old 07-08-2018, 11:35 PM   #1
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Brand: Thor Motor Coach
Model: Hurricane 27K
State: California
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THOR #2544
Passenger Armrest Fell off!

A couple of months ago the passenger armrest just fell off on our 2015 Hurricane. On closer examination I found part of the mechanism (the sort knurled piece) was inside the seat and there was an open hole on the mating piece on the arm rest. Either the hole was too large or the knurled piece was too small in diameter (take your pick), either way it didnít work. I got out the JB Weld and placed a small amount inside the hole and put the knurled piece in and clamped it in vice to ensure it was all the way in until set. Then I put it in the seat with the armrest facing toward the back of the seat pushed hard and turned the armrest counter clockwise (on the left armrest) until it snapped into place. The armrests can be removed by turning toward the rear of the seat and applying pressure in the center of the area that attaches to the seat. If this should ever happen to you, don't panic or throw anything. Get out a flashlight and look for the part somewhere inside the seat, mine was lying right inside the hole where the arm rest attaches to the seat but I didn't see it until I had an idea what I was liking for.
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This post is opinion based on experience.
2015 Hurricane 27K
2013 Sea Ray 220SD
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