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Old August 5th, 2007, 02:00 PM
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L5 S1 back problem - help for seating options needed

If you understand what those numbers mean, you know what I need. Anyone with experience who can share ideas is appreciated. I am looking to convert the drivers seat for sure.

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Old August 5th, 2007, 03:52 PM
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I had L5-S1 discectomy, laminectomy about 4 years ago. Surprisingly my Defender seats are relatively comfy for long drives, even more so than our Honda Pilot. I still need to take more frequent stops and stretch though. I have thought of switching out my seats for Disco seats in the future. I have a 94 Disco and may put those in the 130 when I get ready to replace the Disco. Sorry I cant help you any more than that. Take care of that back, mine will never be the same.

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