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Thread: What a Differance an Inch Makes.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdstratman@gmail.com View Post
    I'm 6'6" and 285 lbs. I try to always get early boarding so I can either get an exit row or a front seat at the bulk head. Inevitably if I get a regular economy seat the person in front of me will try to recline and I'd really prefer not to have a strangers head in my lap.
    Welcome to the forum 'Big Guy'...... I cannot imagine what you have to go through.
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    welcome to the posting side!

    Quote Originally Posted by rdstratman@gmail.com View Post
    I'm 6'6" and 285 lbs. I try to always get early boarding so I can either get an exit row or a front seat at the bulk head. Inevitably if I get a regular economy seat the person in front of me will try to recline and I'd really prefer not to have a strangers head in my lap.
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    As Andrea stated "welcome to the posting side".
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    Me too! But at least I have this solution. I feel bad for those who legs need more room. I'm not a large person but still would like more width in the seat for a little more personal space.
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    for those of us in "steerage"
    i would love someday not to have to fight for armrest space
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    One of the tips I learned years ago is to bring a beach ball on the plane and partially inflate it, when you are seated, so you have a foot rest.
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