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Old 09-11-2016, 05:51 AM   #15
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Hmmm...removable steering wheel ???? I'll leave that one for the Nascar guys....It would just be my luck that going down the road.....never mind ! enough said, Regards, Bob
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Old 09-11-2016, 08:52 AM   #16
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I have the factory seats still, the drivers side wont swivel to face the lounge area. Cant get it past the steering wheel.

Tony, did you install those newer seats or did they come with the coach? New seats are on my list and Im undecided on whether to have my seats rebuilt (foam n fabric) or to buy new. Pros n cons to both ways and I dont think there is that much cost difference.
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Old 09-11-2016, 09:28 AM   #17
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Just between you and me, Tony, I am soon publishing the second in a series of books on how NOT to do things and the way I figure it is every step along the way is proof that it's all worth doing even if you are a knucklehead!

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I have the factory seats still, the drivers side wont swivel to face the lounge area. Cant get it past the steering wheel.

Tony, did you install those newer seats or did they come with the coach? New seats are on my list and Im undecided on whether to have my seats rebuilt (foam n fabric) or to buy new. Pros n cons to both ways and I dont think there is that much cost difference.
Mike, as far as I know they are the original Feather-whatever seats.......like I said, push seat all the way back, raise steering wheel, set up seat back to full up right, lower left arm rest and then swivel...

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PS Just between you and me Jenni (I think I sound like Forest), I love knuckleheads as they have character and spunk.
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Come to think of it Mike, there is a difference between your coach and mine in this area....I don't have the side panels, as I have column transmission control and a PO took them out; where as you have the Allison on the side panel. I'd imagine with the side panels it would be almost impossible to get the drivers turned.

Sorry mate, but that whole NA NA ,NA NA I have an Allison; you knew that was going to bite you in the a$$ eventually.

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I seem to remember the cockpit seats on my old 84 310 rotated. Unfortunately I don't remember if I ever tried to rotate the seat so it faced the doghouse
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