Date: Tue, 13 Mar 2001 14:54:52 -0800
Reply-To: Matthew Pollard <poll7356@UIDAHO.EDU>
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From: Matthew Pollard <poll7356@UIDAHO.EDU>
Subject: Re: swivel bucket seats?
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Westy vanagons had swivels in them. Cool! I just purchased a swivel cut
out of a westy and welded it in to my bus .It is great, but i'm yet to
fully utilize it- ie i haven't gone camping in it yet. The swivel was 40$
and lots of list guys have them for sale. I only put one on the passanger
side and haven't made a decision on the drivers side yet- i may or may
not, depending on the extra height (about 1") and other mounting issues.
I may mount it but keep it lower by first removing the track, etc.
Email for more.
Matthew Pollard http://www.uidaho.edu/~poll7356
Dept. of Chemistry http://www.chem.uidaho.edu
University of Idaho http://www.uidaho.edu
On Tue, 13 Mar 2001, Andrew Payton wrote:
> Okay, so I know large vehicles have swiveling bucket seats. I'm wondering if
> anyone has actually taken advantage of this feature & applied it to their
> Vanagon & can give me some tips or anything. I really don't know if it's
> possible or where you would find something like that but earlier today I had
> the epiphany: how great would swiveling bucket seats be for the
> driver/passenger when you've parked it!
> Anyway, help me out with this. I'm curious just to know what people think
> about the idea I'm playing around with.
> Andrew Payton
> 82 Vanagon L
> Get free email and a permanent address at http://www.netaddress.com/?N=1
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