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Re: The six feet and over crowd will appreciate this mod

#1 - I was hoping for something to lower the seat more, I've got my power seat all the way down. I'm 6'3" and my hair just brushes the ceiling. Guess I'll have to take a look at the seat brackets myself...

#2 - Whatever 'blows your skirt up", but my arm doesn't hit that part since I usually have both hands on the steering wheel. I used to drive one-handed when I had a manual transmission, but since I switched to an automatic I usually just keep both hands on the wheel 95% of the time. With my Legacy paddle shifters I had to use both hands to up/down shift.
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Re: The six feet and over crowd will appreciate this mod

Safety, control and comfort are optimal when a person is positioned properly. I just hope that you are.

Positioning of seat, steering wheel, hands and mirrors was the first lesson in an advanced driving class that I attended. After the lesson, a show of hands was that 90% of the class had it wrong.
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