Originally Posted by mot250
You could always have the seat pan removed, chopped and reinstalled. The power seat should still go high enough to compensate up for "normal sized" folks later on...
Yeah, that's an idea. We could make a kit for the taller people... Shorter bushings. call them Wilt-Stilts or something.
And the kit for short people could be the Lilliputian-Special. You could paint the cubical, seat-raising bushings to look like tiny, little phonebooks.
For those of you not familiar with Lilliput, it was where Gulliver (of Gulliver's travels fame) was tied to the ground, while he slept, by tiny men. Not that anyone but me remembers that kind of crap.
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