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Old 03-20-2013, 11:01 PM   #1
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Headrests for Chairs in Solera M

LOVE our Solera M. There is one change I would make if I were the honcho at FR. I'm tall (6'3"), and the back of the chairs in the lounge area come up only to my shoulder blades. It would be a great option to be able to add adjustable headrests - similar to those on the cab seats - to the back of these chairs. Wonder if it would be possible to buy a couple of headrests from FR with the leatherette covers to match my chairs? What about it, Bclemens?

Ed (N4RWU) & Becky Taylor
Mistie (Walks 4-down)
Greensboro, NC
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Old 03-21-2013, 09:32 AM   #2
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We used to do head rests, problem was, the head rest forced the chairs too far out from the murphy bed (you have to lay the chairs down before brining down the murphy bed). So we put on a removable head rest and put the chairs as close as we could. Then after several people at shows and dealer lots laid the chairs back without removing the headrests, breaking them, we opted to go with the lesser of two evils.

We did try it...
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