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post #21 of 48 (permalink) Old 06-08-2014, 02:37 PM
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I feel your pain, @Jethro
I had to make the choice between Limited & TH. Finally went with the Limited for the vented seats and headlights, but still pine every once in a while for the TH
ditto. i'm sure TH owners pine for a Limited every once in a while too, even if they may not admit to it
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ditto. i'm sure TH owners pine for a Limited every once in a while too, even if they may not admit to it
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Just wanted to follow up now that I have my TH. Vented seats.... love em! Like others have stated they are not very stong. I wish there was a little more air pressure to em but I'm not dissapointed at all. I will say that I have had ZERO issues with sweat or stickness when I pop it on high... which is every time I get in lol. Don't see the point in low.
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Just wanted to follow up now that I have my TH. Vented seats.... love em! Like others have stated they are not very stong. I wish there was a little more air pressure to em but I'm not dissapointed at all. I will say that I have had ZERO issues with sweat or stickness when I pop it on high... which is every time I get in lol. Don't see the point in low.
Sometimes that thing can get a bit nippy down under if you are wearing thin pants, shorts, or if wife is wearing a thin little silk number... then low is nice!

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We have ventilated seats in my wife's TH. I sometimes forget about them as my daily driver doesn't have them. Sure does help to cool you off while you wait for the A/C to cool off the interior.

I wonder about their effectiveness over time as the perforations get clogged with dirt that might not come out with a simple vacuuming.
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I wonder about their effectiveness over time as the perforations get clogged with dirt that might not come out with a simple vacuuming.[/QUOTE]

The other my friend dropped some tiny pieces of chocolate and clogged 3 holes. I used (carefully) a clothespin through the holes and it removed the melted chocolate very good.
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.... I used (carefully) a clothespin through the holes and it removed the melted chocolate very good.
For my future reference, can you explain what kind of clothespin, or did you mean toothpick?

Edit: That's okay, you were probably referring to this...

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I use a shop vac wet/dry vac and foaming cleaner and a toothbrush where needed... mud comes right out usually... not sure about chocolate

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Edit: That's okay, you were probably referring to this...

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Exactly what i was talking about!

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I love my vented seats. A friend of mine had them in his F150 and after riding in it I promised myself my next car would have them. In Florida, it's a god send and exponentially more useful than heated seats.

It takes a bit to get used to them. At first, you kind of get the feeling you wet your pants...

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