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Old 06-23-2017, 07:15 PM   #1
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Seats Too Comfortable?

Ok. Is it possible to have seats that are too comfortable??
Check out my "naviguesser" sleeping on the job!!
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ha....as long as you're not tempted to nod off as well!!

How far back do those seats recline anyway?
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Eyes on the road!
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Old 06-24-2017, 05:50 AM   #4
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Its your job to drive to keep her screaming!!

Folks with heart rates over 150 seldom go to sleep on the job.
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Thanks for the safety tip Kenny Kustom. I usually drive facing the rear. I'll make sure to turn and face the road the next time. LOL.
Actually, my wife took the picture.
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Old 06-24-2017, 08:18 AM   #6
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ha....as long as you're not tempted to nod off as well!!

How far back do those seats recline anyway?
Only as far as they normally would in the cab before the back wall is removed. I really wish they had two arm rests. After 5,000 miles I could really feel the difference in my left shoulder.
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Thanks for the safety tip Kenny Kustom. I usually drive facing the rear. I'll make sure to turn and face the road the next time. LOL.
Actually, my wife took the picture.
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Folks with heart rates over 150 seldom go to sleep on the job.
LOL FFred. That's my 14-year-old son, but I get the point. Too funny.
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