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      06-09-2012, 05:32 AM   #23
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Here is another well written article.
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I hear what your saying about the saab. I had a 93 and the seats were great. As was the car. I think I'll go for the cushion option. I tried a towel rolled up this morning but it was totally undrivable I was practically siting on the edge of the seat. Maybe in time my back may get used to it. It's been 6 months already so fingers crossed.
Cheers for the replies guys
Forgot to say that the heated seats helped enormously when set on the lowest heat. Used it all the time at the start.
You do need to play with the position of the seat as well, eventually you'll hit the sweet spot.
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