Discussion in 'UPS Discussions' started by Integrity, Feb 4, 2010.
Seat Style Poll
Brown,.........on a post.
who has a seat i just have the post!
I actually have the high back with a lap belt in a p800. Do I really need to show you the picture?
I drive standing up all day long
LOL, I'm picturing you in segway position.
before i retired, i had a 4 position recliner. very comfee, especialy for the naps after lunch. although the pillow was a bit soft for the neck area.
The old style, lap belt only. I did have it recovered by a shop on my route. They installed the highest grade foam available (10 year warranty) and used mohair over that. We 50 somethings remember mohair from the old movie theater seats. It doesn't get hot, it's very comfortable and it wears like iron.
The foam UPS uses in those seats wears out in 18 or so months, it is so cheap.
integrity,what did you do,go back and read old posts to determine this to be a topic of interest?
I have to admit you have been nothing more than a gentleman with your comments.Your obsession with us all holding hands in a circle while you call the 1-800 number is a nice gesture but methinks you have as much control over the crap as we do ...sweet dickety doo ...NONE
You have to come down to earth and realize that you are a number,and yours is 9-14-20-5-7-18-9-20-25
No I did not. This issue was brought up by a poster in one of the recent threads.
Every UPSer is responsible to bring forth concerns and questions they may have. This is clearly stated in the UPS Code Of Business Conduct. I control whether I do this or do not do this. I do not control the response others have to the concern or how the concern is handled or the question is answered. I do control my response to how this concern is handled or how the question is answered.
Try to avoid speed bumps.
the lap belt seat really is not a big concern, but that 22" step in & out all day, along with no power steering is wearing me out..
A fadedout brown one.
As it is intended to. It has to be, or they would have made changes ages ago.
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