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Old 02-23-2013, 04:31 AM   #29
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Ours both swivel with footrest for pass side. Tilt wheel forward, power seat forward, arm rest down, pull lever near base and swivel clockwise. Tilt back and enjoy the view.
As stated most A's rotate around.
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Old 02-23-2013, 09:57 AM   #30
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My 2000 37g winne has them. The drivers seat is power adjust and it takes a phd to get the right combonation of adjustments to spin it. Once turned, the two front seats add a great dimension to entertaining in the mh. Very comfy chairsl. Use them all the time.
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One caution if you are just finding you can swivel your seat is the wiring under ones that are electric. You need to look and see or follow the manual so you don't seperate the wires from turning the wrong way.
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Old 02-23-2013, 12:15 PM   #32
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One caution if you are just finding you can swivel your seat is the wiring under ones that are electric. You need to look and see or follow the manual so you don't seperate the wires from turning the wrong way.
Been there done that.!!
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I'm fulltiming in an RV park and removed the steering wheel .Very easy since I'm in an 89 class A mobile traveler.The only thing I had to disconnect was the horn wire.I poped toe horn button removed the nut holding the wheel and used a small puller an pop off comes the wheel.I can rotate around easy.
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I think many do.

Newmar does.
Yep, both ours have and I've never seen a Newmar that didn't have them.
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Old 02-25-2013, 12:32 PM   #35
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I have used the same procedure on every coach I have owned.
  1. Tilt the wheel as far forward as possible
  2. Tilt the seatback as straight up as possible
  3. Slide the seat backward as far as possible
  4. Rotate the seat toward the middle of the coach until it contacts the steering wheel
  5. Pull the seat toward you (forward) as far as possible
  6. Continue to rotate into desired position
They have all worked the same way.
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Both of ours do and both have electric foot rests and three way electric seat adjustment.

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