We have a 1993 Rexhall Airex, Class "C" on a Ford chassis. I have never seen nor heard of another Rexhall Class "C". It is in good condition with around 45,000 miles. It came equipped with almost all the bells and whistles. I love this coach and have done considerable work on it (as is required for any older unit). New paint, new fuel pump, new front end, new tires, new converter, new foam in dinette, new back-up camera, new etc.... Latest improvements -- new flat screen TV, new Jack antenna, new, awning fabric, new slide out shelves in pantry. Lots of work but loved every minute and it is just the way we want it..
Now, yesterday I find Lynda on line looking at motor homes.
She tells me that there is not quite enough leg room in the front passenger seat and it is just not comfortable. She says otherwise she loves our current unit but she needs more room in the front seat. HELP!!!!!!!!!!
Is it feasible or possible to re-position the front passenger seat about 4" to the rear? I realize that safety is a critical factor in doing something like this. By moving only 4", the existing seat belt mounts will still work. The seat sits on a post and is bolted to the floor. I plan to re-mount it with a 1/4" steel backing plate under the floor. There is nothing behind the seat to cause any interference.
Am I looking at a feasible solution to this problem or am I dreaming. Should I just give up my baby and and get a new coach. Oh, and no, getting rid of my wife after 42 years of marriage is not an option.
I suggested that she could ride in the left seat and be the driver. She says that is not an option either.
Any other suggestions on solving this problem.