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I just landed another great deal for everyone here.
I am just passing on a deal I worked out for everyone here.
These are listed on E-Bay and may be bought at any time.
Buy them here and save your shipping cost.

10.00 per set ( 4 ) with FREE shipping in the
US. Sent USPS priority mail

Most international locations will be $12.85 USPS priority mail
unless its some obscure location like Russia etc.




Headrest Trim spacers, these slide over your existing headrest colums to give them a custom look.

CNC machined from billet aircraft quality aluminum

Made in the USA by Summit Engineering.

Fits all vehicles with adjustable 2 post plain or dvd equipped headrests, .

This auction is for one set of four pieces which will do two seats. If you wish to purchase a second set at the same time, we will ship them together at no additional charge.



Here is the deal.

Direct from the manufacturer :

What I can do for the forum is 10.00 per set ( 4 ) with FREE shipping in the
US.

Most international locations will be $12.85 USPS priority mail
unless its some obscure location like Russia etc.

Send payment to:

[email protected]

This way I'll have
the shipping info directly from the customer.

Please contact me with any questions

Dave
404-964-3283


Now you can get the short type but there are only 10 sets left, the tall sets are unlimited.

Short measures 3/4 x 3/4 inch tall
Tall measures 3/4 x 1.5 inches tall

*These require a small piece of double sided tape to fit snug, they are univeral and this is why the inner width is bigger than our headrest colums. Tape is not included. This is just something I did to make them fit tighter. You only need to peel and stick one side of the tape, leave the backing on for a snug fit.*



3/4 x 1.5 inch tall style ( unlimited )





Push headrest down for a snug fit





3/4 x 3/4 inch short style ( 10 sets only )
( please E-Mail Dave before sending payment to make sure there are sets remaining )







 

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[quote author=Nicktorius link=topic=136546.msg2942954#msg2942954 date=1234903497]
I'm 5'8" so my headrest stays down.
I'm not even tall enough to take advantage of this lmao.
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Well it's more about looks really, I dont lean back either. I'm 6'1"
 

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[quote author=TEKWATCH link=topic=136546.msg2943012#msg2943012 date=1234904646]
[quote author=Nicktorius link=topic=136546.msg2942954#msg2942954 date=1234903497]
I'm 5'8" so my headrest stays down.
I'm not even tall enough to take advantage of this lmao.
[/quote]

Well it's more about looks really, I dont lean back either. I'm 6'1"


[/quote]

Even if you're 5'8" you should still have the headrest raised slightly so that your occiput (back of your skull) hits on the flatter part, vs. the slightly sloped part by the top. The headrest is a safety device, and not meant primarily for comfort.
 

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So has anyone else bought a set of these yet / only $10 shipped

It's a small Mod but very effective for overall appearance.

Plus there is no waiting, It's a Buy it now.
 

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[quote author=icspots link=topic=136546.msg2943396#msg2943396 date=1234912696]
[quote author=TEKWATCH link=topic=136546.msg2943012#msg2943012 date=1234904646]
[quote author=Nicktorius link=topic=136546.msg2942954#msg2942954 date=1234903497]
I'm 5'8" so my headrest stays down.
I'm not even tall enough to take advantage of this lmao.
[/quote]

Well it's more about looks really, I dont lean back either. I'm 6'1"


[/quote]

Even if you're 5'8" you should still have the headrest raised slightly so that your occiput (back of your skull) hits on the flatter part, vs. the slightly sloped part by the top. The headrest is a safety device, and not meant primarily for comfort.
[/quote]

I'm 5'5" and keep my headrest raised at least one level.
 

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Sorry, just dont see the point in these - doesnt look any better than the stock posts.

If they were carbon fiber or anodized in various colors, then maybe (just maybe), but the machined finish and the O rings makes it look like a bunch of bearing races stacked together. And they dont sit right where they meet the seat top.

Not feeling it.
 
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