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Old 01-09-2013, 02:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Is it possible to purchase Probax inserts?

I have a pair of non probax elise seats and was wondering if there was a vender that sold Probax inserts for Elise seats. Thanks!
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I have a pair of non probax elise seats and was wondering if there was a vender that sold Probax inserts for Elise seats. Thanks!
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Oh wow! Thank you very much! I'll have to check that thread out!
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Thanks for the link You73!!
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Yep - just to the Kemmler mod. Closest thing.
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I found that the bottom cushion was fine for me and I didn't want to lose any headroom, so I just added (3) 1/8 pieces of the HD foam in the lower back area where there is clearly no padding when you push on it. I also took the opportunity to add a few thick washers under the front rail mounts (with longer grade 10 bolts) to tilt the seat back a touch. This in addition to the lumbar bladder in it's original position seems to have helped me get my back into a more comfortable position.
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