Works just fine.
Installation a little tricky- spent a lot of time lining up all 4 mounting holes, but finally got it after 20 minutes or so. swivel works GREAT-
This item is a little pricy-but worth it. Made in Germany - excellent workmanship.
I would buy this AGAIN !
Reviewed by: Karl Fenton from ROCKAWAY , NJ.
They worked out great
These are heavy and solid swivel bases. I bought both driver and passenger. I fabricated adapters for the swivels to mount to Sprinter air-ride seats with low seat base. Ad to relocate the entire emergency braket bracket lower to allow the swivel base to swivel.
Reviewed by: Eric Ryke from Long Beach.
Very pleased with the Swivel Adapters. Installed easily, work great. Really expands the living space of the van, offering relatively comfortable seats for non travel time.
Only minor issue - must disengage the parking brake to swivel the Driver Seat.
Reviewed by: Ric from San Diego.
Easy as pie
Ordered the swivel, was delivered quickly. Installation was extremely easy, no problems or real modifications necessary for my 2007 Sprinter. Because I am tall, only had to add two washers to clear the brake handle. It's great having the extra seat in the Winnebago now.
Reviewed by: Barbie from Summerland Key.
Known issues aside, they work great!
Installed both driver and passenger swivels on a 2016 Sprinter with standard heighthseat bases. You already know about the issues with this product:
- holes may not exactly lining up requiring some filing or other modification;
- the brake relocator is a mess. Prepare for some custom mods and a trip to Home Depot for nuts/bolts to get it working.
- seats will be 1.5" higher than before which can be an issue if you are vertically challenged.
If you can't get past the above, don't buy them. If you can overlook these known issues, the swivels are heavy duty (~40lbs each), move smoothly, and work great!
A couple of things that have not been mentioned in the reviews that you need to be aware of:
1) When in the forward facing locked position, the swivel will move a few millimeters forward/aft. This is noticeable under acceleration/deceleration, or when you intentionally try to move the seat. Over time you will not notice it.
2) If you don't want to hack the plastic seat skirt for clearance, you need to fully raise the seat prior to swiveling. You will also need to fiddle with seat back and fore/aft position of the seat to avoid getting hung up on the A-pillar or seat lock pin as you swivel.
3) It will take some practice to perfect the swivel procedure and if you're not careful you will scrape the pillar and/or door which will leave a mark.
Despite these known flaws, I think you'll be happy. When the seats are rotated it really opens up the van and makes it much more comfortable and convenient for us. Hope this helps. Enjoy!