Seating comfort

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  1. Hilaryb10

    Hilaryb10

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    Do any of you clever people found a way to make the turn-around driving seats in our Rimor Sailer more comfortable for evenings? After sitting in them all day, we need a bit luxury for relaxing to watch TV
     
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    Maybe some comfy cushions ?
     
  3. travelling wilbury

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    that's interesting, usually the cab seats are the best in the house.
    i can't get comfortable on a low backed 'sofa type' seat, i need decent back support and our Roadliners couldnt be more comfortable....IMHO, of course....
     
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    Sheepskin rugs. :)
     
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    Ditto. Got ours from Skyeskins, great company and very cosy/comfy. Please be aware they are NOT a fitted cover as such but well worth a look.
    Ray
     
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    Like others have said, we find the captain's seats to be most comfortable. They can be reclined, height adjusted and twin armrests adjusted etc.

    But you could try decent memory foam seat pads on them - which might help.
     
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    Sheepskins ours from snugrugs very comfy.
     
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    I bought a couple of pre cut foam pieces used on wooden kitchen chairs. £2.99 each from Dunelm. Certainly help relive the bum bones. Work a treat.
     
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