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Old 08-18-2019, 01:38 PM   #1
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Swivel seats in Renegade Verona Le 40 LRB

Does anyone else have difficulty in operating the swivel seats in the Renegade Verona. If so how do you manage to do it. I have had the dealer look at ours three times, lubricate etc and still they are next to impossible to swivel. Any ideas??????

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Have only done ours once or twice, yes a little tight. Iíve found sliding the seats all the way forward before rotating does help.

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Wayne: seat all the way forward, back forward all the way, swivel should work fine. M2 cab is not overly large so space is tight. Best of luck
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We found exactly as ragoodspeed advised. Also we air ours all the way up.
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Old 08-28-2019, 09:48 AM   #5
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And tuck the seat-belt receiver down.
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Originally Posted by ragoodspeed View Post
Wayne: seat all the way forward, back forward all the way, swivel should work fine. M2 cab is not overly large so space is tight. Best of luck
Same experience as ragoodspeed. They are just OK in our view. We are looking at replacements made by flexsteel. About 1250 each plus installation. Not sure it is worth the price. We'll see.

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