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Default PWC headrest modification

I really don't like the standard PWC headrest. The rear projection is significant and while just a small issue on the Quantum it becomes a risky issue on the shorter Whill. Even a tennis ball is only a band-aid. Especially a hazard while strapping the PWC in the van. So, I modified it and cut almost 6" off the rear projection.

First pic shows the original headrest, second is the modified headrest and third shows it mounted on the PWC.
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