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    Ride Cushion fix

    So I've got a Ride cushion that i paid a lot of cash for a while back plus another $800 to fix the worn parts a year ago. Unfortunately i went through the DME and my requests for what to fix didn't get passed on. Don't bother with the WTF's, i'm there with you. It was an insurance thing. At issue are the wings in the front to keep my legs centered rather than splaying out. I consistently transfer over the left side and it has become more worn than the right. This has me sitting crooked. So... i need to add some material to this side. Anyone have suggestions for how to attach a foam wedge to the Ride "dots" that the cushion is made of? I'm in it for a few more months and don't want to add some adhesive that melts the "dots" and ruins the cushion. Thanks. N
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    "...the most reliable and useful courage was that which arises from the fair estimation of the encountered peril..." Herman Melville: Moby Dick

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    Ride Cushion Fix

    9000ft,

    I suggest you call Ride Designs directly and see what they suggest. Tom Hetzel and his team at Ride are good people and care about their customers, so they will help you out in any way they can.

    Ride's number is 303.781.1633

    Good luck!

    Tom Borcherding

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      #3
      Kudos Tom for helping somebody and not plugging your own product as the fix.

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        #4
        Nice to see in this day and age!
        Originally posted by canuck View Post
        Kudos Tom for helping somebody and not plugging your own product as the fix.
        Please donate a dollar a day at http://justadollarplease.org.
        Copy and paste this message to the bottom of your signature.

        Thanks!

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          #5
          9000

          Why only a few more months?

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            #6
            Thanks Tom. I'll give it a try.
            Johnc1- About time for a new chair but I will definitely keep it for a backup or to use on my other chair.
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            "...the most reliable and useful courage was that which arises from the fair estimation of the encountered peril..." Herman Melville: Moby Dick

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