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i have this problem of my two front bucket seats slanting in..and by slanting in i mean the actual seats look like this \/..not that much of a v shape but you get the idea. this is a problem because i was looking to get headrest monitors and the headrests will look funky with the monitor at an angle..has anyone corrected this problem or have a solution for me?
 

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steveo1 said:
i have this problem of my two front bucket seats slanting in..and by slanting in i mean the actual seats look like this \/..not that much of a v shape but you get the idea. this is a problem because i was looking to get headrest monitors and the headrests will look funky with the monitor at an angle..has anyone corrected this problem or have a solution for me?
Are they reclinable?
 

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lol probably a good idea to lose some weight :LOL: im guessing the frames are located within the seat..i was thinking of using some thick washers too even it out but i dont know if that would help
 

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if you already dont have monitors then i would suggest getting the Myron Davis screens for your headrests. the have a flip out design that uniquely solves the problem of having your seats tilted back
 

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i dont think its from me being a fatass..i dont know maybe it might..but the seats are just slanted in for some reason. and where can i get myron davis screens?
 

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sex can hurt the seat tooo..i mean think about it all the movement, and plus the added weight.... :LOL: :LOL: :head:
 
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