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Thank you, I use it to full on both our other cars.....I hope this seat has lots of support........
 

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Get a McKenzie

mikefred1952 said:
Will have to install one of my own.
I use one of the Original McKenzie Lumbar Rolls. I was able to get them for about $7 at the gift shop of Verdugo Hills Hospital here in the Glendale, CA area. I have one at my desk, on my seat in the car, and at home. They help a great deal.

Their web site is: http://www.optp.com/shop.cfm?groupid=McKenzie Products & Publications&catid=Original McKenzie Lumbar Supports

They've got many styles to choose from, but the "original" I think is the 701, and the density is just about right. It's a little stiff for the first few weeks, but softens a lot after that.

Hope this helps. :cool:

Oh, by the way, no one will know you're using one when you're actually seated. ;)
 

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Or just bring a foam pillow! :lol:
 

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Great idea. Me likey!
 

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Air Bladers

You can have a car upholsterer install one for less than $250 per seat. Heated seats are not that much more once they have the seat torn apart.
 

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Crimson Avenger said:
That's exactly what the McKinzie is... ;) However, it has the advantage of being exactly the right size, and having a strap (which my wife doesn't use, but I do) to hold it in place as you enter and exit the vehicle... :cool:


Ah, I see, a formed-to-the-shape-of-your-butt foam pillow! :lol:
 

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MO-KAN SHO said:
you should try using a hemerrhoid pillow... I won't drive without one... :lol:
Filing that under, "More information than I wanted to know" :lol:
 
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