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Old 06-16-2014, 03:41 AM   #1
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Removing Front Seats?

Anybody been able to remove the driver and passenger seats through the doorway?

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On my 2000 they would have to go through the removable window in the slide at the dinning table. There is a lever and the hole thing pops out. Just FYI

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I would guess the back is removable.
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If you unbolt the chair from the pedestal (4 bolts), set it in full recline, you can then get it through the doorway on its side. Easier with 2 people. The arms can be removed if they cause you a problem. Of course I am talking about the Flexsteel chairs I have in my coach. I don't know what was fitted to an '08.
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I was able to get the seats out. Thanks Algoma for the suggestion on the seat back position, it make all the difference. I did remove the handrail also and screen door. I got both out with my son's help! They are heavy,heavy! Now I have plenty of room to work, yuck. Water damage sucks! I am making headway and hopefully will have it done soon.

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