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Old 02-06-2010, 09:00 PM   #1
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Installed some rear headrests...



I also found out that you don't need to use the seat pans from one with rear headrests. I used my rear seats, just slit the covers a little and slid the black plastic pieces and slid the headrests in. Super easy. You can also put in the center headrest, but you have to cut the foam for it.

So, if you want rear headrests, the hardest part would be finding one with it first . But I'm pretty sure you can do it to any focus, just has to the rear headrests, front ones are way different.


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Old 02-06-2010, 10:05 PM   #2
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looks good

how come you didnt just turn around and take the pic? lol
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I thought that they were gonna block the rear view out of my rear window a good amount, so I figure post up this picture instead just in case that question were to arise.
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Looks pretty good. I might look into this sometime down the road.
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wonder if the new back seats fit in for you guys. Then you can just grab one with all 3 headrests and just put the new seat in
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Do the headrests wobble since you just slid them in?
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Actually they're really sturdy. They slide into the plastic thing, and that plastic thing slides into the metal seat pan.
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Can you post more pictures? A pictorial "how to" would be awesome. Thanks.
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Can you post more pictures? A pictorial "how to" would be awesome. Thanks.
^ This.

Looks good, might look into doing that one day.
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