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Old 05-04-2014, 07:00 AM
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3rd Row Head Rests in An excursion?

Has anyone ever looked into adding headrests to the 3rd row in an excursion?


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Haven't thought about it, but not sure how you would pull it off. I have a spare 2nd row 2/3rds seat in my garage with the fabric off. I just looked at the headrest mounts. There are steel tabs in the seat frame that the plastic headrest post holes attach to. I'm not sure how you would replicate that type of mounting.
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The seat frame is a metal tube. I'm not worried abut drilling holes, but rather how to secure it.


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