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Old 08-21-2005, 11:28 AM   #11
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cant be worse than my supra on my back
Good Point there

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Old 08-21-2005, 11:30 AM   #12
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I had surgery on L4-5 as well. The accident that caused it put me in the Bonneville. HP, my employer immediately bought me a $2000 chair for my desk that was supposed to be very comfortable and therapeutic for my back. The SSEi seats beat it hands down.
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I had surgery on L4-5 as well. The accident that caused it put me in the Bonneville. HP, my employer immediately bought me a $2000 chair for my desk that was supposed to be very comfortable and therapeutic for my back. The SSEi seats beat it hands down.
wow.... That good

Its a shame when a Bonneville seat beats out a $2000 office chair...lol

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Old 08-21-2005, 02:10 PM   #14
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Its a shame when a Bonneville seat beats out a $2000 office chair...lol
Did you try unbolting your seat on your bonne and bringing it to work.
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Old 08-21-2005, 02:21 PM   #15
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got any supra pics?
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there you go a pic of the car i'm selling


now that would be the seat to have at the office a full on tan leather SSEi seat lol
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I actually considered that. There was an SSEi seat available at a wrecker for 100 bucks, including the controls. I would have needed a 12V power supply and the compressor under the passenger seat, and a donor office chair for the wheels, but I was in no condition to work on it. Not kidding.
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I actually considered that. There was an SSEi seat available at a wrecker for 100 bucks, including the controls. I would have needed a 12V power supply and the compressor under the passenger seat, and a donor office chair for the wheels, but I was in no condition to work on it. Not kidding.
All I can say here, is at least we both walk a bit off center

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i could just see it make a armrest and put all the buttons in it and just have a hay day with it and put a black box under it and have a battery and auto charger in it and just plug it in at the end of the day so it is reddy to go the next day but you would have to beat the coworkers out of it with a stick if you ever got out of it lol
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I actually considered that. There was an SSEi seat available at a wrecker for 100 bucks, including the controls. I would have needed a 12V power supply and the compressor under the passenger seat, and a donor office chair for the wheels, but I was in no condition to work on it. Not kidding.
All I can say here, is at least we both walk a bit off center
make that 3 of us
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