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post #11 of 15 (permalink) Old 07-13-2018, 01:37 PM Thread Starter
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The Honda OEM passenger armrests are great. They look great and are very functional.

They mount in place of the speaker top pads and not on swing-out arms to they don't get in the way of anything including opening the trunk.

They have a very sturdy mounting system that tucks out of sight but is very strong. Passengers can lift themselves up to adjust their seating position by pressing down on them with their elbows and not budge them at all.

My wife loves them. Easy to use as armrests and don't get in the way of mounting and dismounting either.

I'll attach some pics of mine installed.

I have this style on my Trike. After years of the swing out type, My wife likes these the best. They never get in her way or mine and they are solid!!

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Where can this style be found? I would love to get a set
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The Honda OEM passenger armrests are great. They look great and are very functional.

They mount in place of the speaker top pads and not on swing-out arms to they don't get in the way of anything including opening the trunk.

They have a very sturdy mounting system that tucks out of sight but is very strong. Passengers can lift themselves up to adjust their seating position by pressing down on them with their elbows and not budge them at all.

My wife loves them. Easy to use as armrests and don't get in the way of mounting and dismounting either.

I'll attach some pics of mine installed.
I do not believe these are available for a GL1500. They are for the 2001 to 2017 GL1800.

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