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  1. Thank you. Good post and I like your photo policy, will start doing that.
  2. It's me... again. Sorry guys. Which coolant do I have or how do I tell? It's getting really hot here so I just want to make sure I have it in ready to use... I've attached a picture of my coolant reservoir. Thanks as always.
  3. If anyone has the original folding footrest for the CTSW, send me a message with your price.
  4. Thank you Ed for the picture. Led me straight to the strap and it was no problem from there.
  5. You nailed it... it was the strap! I tightened it and then mid flight the seats fell back again so I tightened them and then tied them. Stayed nicely. Thank you for the solution.
  6. Howdy. Just did my first real cross country and four hours in the CTSW seats are killer. My wife especially didn't enjoy it. What are your tips and tricks to make it better? I read on here about reupholstering the seats. That's an option. Do I need a letter from FD? Can I ask the people doing it for some kind of special foam or something? Does anyone have a more affordable or quicker fix? Let me know! Thanks again.
  7. Thank you. Outside the box thinking, I like it!
  8. I live in the desert, my dash gets dusty... what do you all use to wipe it down? It's that weird almost sandpaper material. Any type of towel it eats up.... Thanks.
  9. Thank you for the advice. Will do.
  10. Thank you! I'll get that adjusted... too windy today buy next time I go out.
  11. Thank you Ed. So tighten them up. I just didn't know!
  12. Do you happen to have a picture of the strap... I have no clue what I'm looking for but I'll check it next time I go out... thank you all for your help.
  13. Hm... this might be a stupid question but which strap? And what's a mushroom (other than a culinary necessity)? I actually found that moving the seat back and upright prevents pressure on the plugs... but I have a feeling it's a strap issue just don't know what in looking for.
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