Yes, and no. There is no room for the other arm rest to be installed, unless you put it higher than the one with storage. The arm rest with storage fits between the 2 seats and does not leave much room for installation of anything else.
If you went and put the regular arm rest in, you would have to flip it upside down to put it on the passenger side. The connection is fitted for the driver's side only.
So, while you can do it, I would not recommend it.
I'll tell you gents, I don't think there is anything in the passenger seat to bolt it to! I have felt around very carefully and if there is anything in there, it sure doesn't show up. Who wants to be the first to cut holes in their passenger backrest to prove it! Not me, dude. :roll:
I found a armrest console solution. I installed a Bestop Jeep console. It is black, plastic and square. I think it looks okay and I installed it in a non perminent way. Check my website for pics. Let me know what you think.
can Anyone tell me if the compartment armrest is adjustable? When my seat is in the proper position(Slightly reclined) the stock armrest points slightly upward making it uncomfortable. The one on my Audi adjusts to 5 settings to compensate for long torso drivers reclining the seat. I am fearful that with the longer length the arm rest would come out at such an angle as to render it useless in functionality. :?:
Picked up my E last night, I'm finding that the stock armrest is mounted too low for it to be comfortable for me. Thought it might just be me, so I had my wife and a few co-workers sit in the drivers seat to see what they think. They all said that they felt it was too low. Have any of you run into this, I haven't seen anything posted about it? Also, does the larger, storage armrest mount/feel higher than stock?