Twin seat swivel

Andi Lane

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Hi just joined this forum .New to conversions previously had coach built swift motorhome but time for a cgange
Any way I have a 2004 Mk6 transit with the bar frame front passenger seat is it possible to turn that into a swivel??
Or is the only way to change to a single swivel seat?? Thanks
 

rosalan

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Welcome to Fun!:hi2:

Assuming the Ford has two single seats, it may be worth considering adding a swivel seat. However it may raise the seat level to the point where you feel a little high up the windscreen. This is sometimes the case with coachbuilt vans using a standard chassis cab as a base vehicle so fairly normal.
http://www.campervanconversion.co.uk/fitting-swivel-seats.html
 

andy63

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Hi and welcome..
It is possible to fit a swivel to the front twin seat , but i choose to get another single and have just the single seats on swivels..
I adapted the front twin seat to go in the back.. that was on a mark 7

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Mattbee

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Had a twin swivel in our T5 and it was an absolute pig to rotate. Had to leave handbrake off & open passenger door then spend 5 min swearing and sliding it about to get it around without bashing the b pillar or drivers seat.
 
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Andi Lane

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Brilliant thanks for the advice. Cheers
 
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