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Old 09-23-2015, 06:10 AM   #15
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About how our install was done, please send a private message. My husband will be glad to talk to you and share his methods. He has tried to explain and have me post it, but we are having communication limitations here, and it would be best to actually have a conversation. Truly, he would be glad to talk to you about it! Thanks!
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Old 09-23-2015, 06:52 AM   #16
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The modification looks great but I have one question and that is how do you store or fasten the chairs while travelling?

I am concerned at what might happen in cases of an emergency stop, or even worse, a collision if the chairs are not fastened down somehow.
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The modification looks great but I have one question and that is how do you store or fasten the chairs while travelling?

I am concerned at what might happen in cases of an emergency stop, or even worse, a collision if the chairs are not fastened down somehow.


When we took out the booths, we left the seat belts that were installed. They are bolted to the floor. So we simply belt in the chairs before we hit the road. It works great!
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