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Old 07-28-2013, 04:21 PM   #15
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That is completely counterintuitive and I refused to believe it would work until I actually tried it and found it does work.
When it is facing the rear I can then lean the seat back so it is comfortable.
And just when did you try that? Do you own me money for the advise?
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Old 07-29-2013, 09:12 AM   #16
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And just when did you try that? Do you own me money for the advise?

Nope ! No money for you.
Somebody posted about it last winter. I had seen posts a number of times over the last few years but it didn't make sense to me so I ignored them.
Finally got mad and decided to try it so I could post about how it absolutely didn't work on mine.
Did work though.
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Old 07-29-2013, 09:19 AM   #17
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Nope ! No money for you.
Somebody posted about it last winter.
That would be me. Wayne is always trying to cut into my take
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Old 07-29-2013, 10:10 AM   #18
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Well, I'm not giving any one but the manufacturer credit.

I work on two principles. WAG and SWAG
When I'm WAG'n it it is a Wild (AHarumph) Guess.

When I read the manual it is a Scientific WAG

Clay, I have to admit that most of the time I think like you do, and then I try it to prove myself wrong. Hee hee!

Cliff (OF), I need a link to that post to see if it precedes me in age.
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Cliff (OF), I need a link to that post to see if it precedes me in age.
See posts 30 & 33( I even posted photos )

class a gasser chair mod?
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Dang Moderators, go in and change an entire thread. Shheeeesh!
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When we bought our 2006 holiday rambler endeavor, we could not swivel the seats. I guess the former owner never did this. Truth be told, under the seats is a cable and that cable is attached to a bracket, without this bracket, you cannot swivel the chairs. We happened to be living next to a flexsteel dealer who makes the chairs and bought the two brackets, metal and about 3 inches long, and they showed us how to put it in, and voila, we now have 2 nice chairs facing our living area.
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