Such a great improvement to my van. I now have a desk and have added so much space to my van!
Reviewed by: Andrew Mahey from Harrisburg Pa.
Great Offset Swivels
Just had these installed by a professional (Vehicle Outfitters) and I am very pleased with these bases. The wire chase is large enough that wiring did not need to be cut and spliced back together and the offset feature allows for the seats to swivel without much effort, you still need to move the seats forward a bit to allow them to swivel 180 degrees. Side note, the driver's emergency brake cannot be engaged when swiveling the driver's seat. I do not hear any rattling or feel any movement with these bases installed. They feel very solid.
Reviewed by: Nicole from Maryland.
Love this swivel
I purchased the driver's side swivel and it's made a world of difference in ease of access between the front and rear of the van.
It is super heavy-duty, seems very well built, and was easy for me to install on the shortened platform (a necessity since I'm just over 5' tall).
I would recommend to anyone looking for a seat swivel.
Reviewed by: Kim from Virginia.
Outstanding purchase. Easy to install and easier to use. great product that is built for heavy use.
Reviewed by: Mark from Maitland.
Good Swivel, added challenge if you have a seat heater
After success with the passenger swivel and base, I ordered the same for the driver's side. The base requires removal and re-installation of the emergency brake lever, which wasn't too bad other than tricky access to the 3 bolt heads. If you have a seat heater, there are two extra wire connectors on top of the standard ones for the airbags. The seat heater switch is mounted on the side fascia and there's not enough slack in the wiring to swivel the seat. So I cut the wire and soldered in an extension section. Then, there's an issue with the button coming so close to the new seat base frame that the wire connector won't attach. So, I removed the switch and turned it upside down, which rotated the orientation of the connector enough to allow the harness to connect. To swivel the driver's seat, you have to collapse the steering column and move the seat all the way forward. The back of the seat still rubs a little bit against the steering wheel, but all and all it's acceptable.
Reviewed by: Chris from CHARLOTTE, NC.