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Old 09-10-2011, 08:24 PM
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Originally Posted by sottis View Post
fixing the head rests is a simple issue using a vise - there's a write-up in another thread that someone posted that details it and it worked great for me. and yes, Leviathan, being 6-4 the factory headrest position should be just right for you. for those vertically challenged (I'm 5-10) it's quite annoying.
True, I just fixed both of them using my vise. Waaaaay more shoulder input than I thought. I am 6' 1" and 230 pounds and holy crap it took some serious english to get them where I wanted them. Wife is way happier when she puts the rear seat down to nap. And the drivers position no longer feels like Nascar safery rules are in effect.
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