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After having mine break, and me just sticking it back on (knowing it's loose and will not survive any amount of use), I always make sure I let the seat down, and I use the handle on the side of the seat at the bottom so that I don't damage that little **** on the back.
However, the stupid piece that's broke isn't expensive, I'm just not sure it's worth replacing since mine has the appearance of being functional.
Definately go for the ones in the link AmericanIron posted. The plastic ones from the dealer are $35 each, which is totally rediculous. Mine haven't broke yet but no one ever gets in my back seat either.
Did it break or just slip off? Mine slipped off and i thought i broke it. But then i noticed it was just loose and slipped. I just opened it up and made sure it was snug in there. Its kind of a bitch to get on though. After that, no problems at all.
Daily Driver Modifications: Various and many appearance mods, 255 in the front, 275 in the back, C&L Race CAI, 93 octane Brenspeed tune, Flowmaster American Thunder Axle-Back Exhaust, TCI Ratchet shifter with custom ball.
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