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Old 07-19-2005, 07:08 AM   #1
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Flexsteel seat redo

I'm going to replace the old Flexsteel seats up front in the AS. Has anyone done this recently? Other than eBay I'm looking for a best price resource. I want to upgrade to the integral shoulder strap setup I've seen too. Thanks for your input folks.
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Old 07-19-2005, 07:17 AM   #2
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Google Search

I assume that you have done some searching. There are a few online sites that "liquidate" discontinued Flexsteel furniture.

Getting a newer seat with integrated shoulder belt may be a challenge that is pricey

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Ken, I'm using the coach for business and while expensive the old seats are broken down and the leather has seen the end of it's life IMHO. I'll run Flexsteel Liquidations in google and see what pops up.
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I recently purchased from an auto wrecker seats with shoulder restraints out of a GMC Avalanche. I had a plate fabricated out of 3/16" steel that I mounted on the existing pedestal to allow for the larger footprint of the new seats. The seats came complete with the enertia switch to enable the shoulder restraints to work properly. I am now in the process of getting the electrical working.
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A few resources

https://www.rvsurplussalvage.com/cat...category_id=21

http://www.rv-interiors.com/product/flexsteel.html

http://www.rvandvansurplus.com/barga...StockFurniture#
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