Captains Seats

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  1. Mr Ed

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    We have a 2004 Autoroller and we are generally pleased with most things,BUT............the driver & passenger seat do swivel and they have one armrest they are van seats,now I see lots of other coach built vans where the seats have 2 armrests and look very comfortable.Can anyone tell me where and how costly we may find such? Martin
     
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    Hi we use TEK seating for work always found they do a good job.
     
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    Thanks for your quick reply I will look into TEK when time permits.People on here are so good........Thanks .....Martin
     
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    I may be wrong but I believe that the only difference may be the extra armrest. The motor homes that we have had which include Autosleeper, Chausson and Burster only had standard cab seats which have been reupholstered. The bog standard panel van we have now came with ISRI seats and are very comfortable, in fact I removed the single armrest before we had them reupholstered as they get in the way.

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    Firstly make sure there is sufficient space for the extra arm between the side of the seat and the door, then I'd try getting in touch with some scrap yards/parts dealers to see if they have any arms in as I think they might already have the fixings buried in the seat backs already and just need the arms attaching.
     
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