|Originally posted by woodyhere:|
I wonder if your sore back is telling you to exercise to strengthen it? I don't think it's a common complaint about the Fiero seats or driving position being uncomfortable. I'm 6'1" and have plenty of leg room and my back doesn't get sore. I'm 67 but I do get to the gym to try and keep in shape. I've been sitting in my Fiero on and off for the last 26 years. Perhaps you could get the stock seats back and have new foam but in them, it might make a difference. I do think exercise is really important as is keeping your weight in line. I'm trying to be helpful. Please don't take this as anything else.
My regular seats are very comfortable to sit in, but for long ride they tend to hurt my back, but I have a bad back to begin with. maybe you need more lumbar support, or if you have a thick wallet that can also be a problem.. try putting a small rolled up towel, face towel behind your back and see if that helps. many newer cars come with inflatable lumbar supports. I forget what ones they are but they are available in many models and if the towel helps you might want to put something like that in whatever seat you have in there now or in your original seats.
or just something like thishttp://www.healthykin.com/s...yDobsCFWQOOgodl3EAIA
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