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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-28-2016, 04:18 PM Thread Starter
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Additional headrests 94 RM Wagon


for my 94 Roadmaster Wagon I would like to add headrests for the rear seat and as well for the 3. seat row in the trunk because my kids are grown and never need the kiddy seats. I donīt like them to sit even restrained on the 3. seat facing the rear window without headrests. When hard braking or even collision, serious neck injury will happen inevitable.

Do you know if the RM (maybe 96) has headrests or does anyone upgrade it? A perfect solution could be ( just imagined) to use one set of headrests which are working for the rear and the 3. seat row together.

Thoughts, advices?


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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 01-28-2016, 06:41 PM
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Grab extra front seats at junkyard. Remove headrests. Remove seat covers. Remove headrest mounting from scrap seat. Install/rivet/weld/McGuyver on your seats after dissasembly, foam carving/metal cutting. Cut your covers for headrests to slide in, cover opening with trim from scrap seat. Just thinking out loud.

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A member over on the Wagon Forum recently did that exact thing. Scroll through the following link.


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