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Date:         Wed, 12 Jul 2006 11:04:12 -0800
Reply-To:     Mark Tuovinen <mst@AK.NET>
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From:         Mark Tuovinen <mst@AK.NET>
Subject:      Re: Seat Swap
Comments: To: Allen Hill <route66rider@KNOLOGY.NET>
In-Reply-To:  <003e01c6a5d0$c95d3fb0$0200a8c0@DelMar>
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Try there are usually a few sets posted there. If you purchase some make sure that you get all of the mounting brackets and seatbelts with them.

Mark in AK

----- Original Message ----- From: Allen Hill <route66rider@KNOLOGY.NET> Date: Wednesday, July 12, 2006 8:36 am Subject: Seat Swap To: vanagon@GERRY.VANAGON.COM

> Greetings, > I am still trying to get my youngest daughter's 86 Vanagon (AKA > "The Mystery > Machine") configured to her "specs". I asked about a month or so > ago about > reversing the second seat, and was able to do so but that did not > work out > 100% to her approval. What I was wondering about now was changing > out the > regular 2nd row seat with a pair of the individual rear facing > seats such as > I have seen in a few other Vanagons. From what pictures I have > seen (eBay, > etc.) they seem to be either one or two of the individual seats > that are > mounted against the back of the first row seats. > > First, what is involved in making this change? > Second, What (or where) would be a good source of two of these seats? > > Thanks all, > > Route 66 Rider! > Ramon Hill > Live Long and Be Free >

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