Naked Oobr

Judi

CPST/Firefighter
I finally got around to stripping an Oobr. It was not too hard to take apart. I have yet to get the headrest off though.

Here is the back of the seat back.



What you see under that.





Showing the headrest in the highest position.



The cover is off, and there is foam. Feels like firm memory foam.



With the foam off.



Back of headrest.



Front of headrest.



 

sb518

New member
Yeah, behind the light foam. Looks like steel. Like the bones of the seat, steel or plastic?
 

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