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Old 10-30-2013, 07:44 PM   #41
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I rarely have rear seat passengers so I keep mine on the floor of the back seat... Vision is wayyyy better without those things up there...

I have no idea why they did not put a low profile yet still raiseable side headrest like the center one is...(or the european ones are)

those massive paddles they come with are quite the rear view blockers

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Keeping this on my to-do list. Would probably pass out at the OEM leather price, but would even settle for the cloth just to not have to stow them in the hatch till needed.
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I rarely have rear seat passengers so I keep mine on the floor of the back seat... Vision is wayyyy better without those things up there...

I have no idea why they did not put a low profile yet still raiseable side headrest like the center one is...(or the european ones are)

those massive paddles they come with are quite the rear view blockers
The front were ridiculous too, until they switched to the four-way front restraint. My car is an early 2012 1st Job Focus and it has the ridiculous headrests.

Somewhere in the Job 2 2012 model (when Ford finally made Flex-Fuel models) they replaced the original restraint (as seen below) with an adjustable one...


They are a pain in the neck, (pun intended).

The ridiculous rear restraints kept their place.
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