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Old 09-20-2022, 07:57 AM   #1
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Seat questions

Just purchased a '98 Coach House 194RS widebody, and I have a few questions about seats.

Having looked at several Roadtreks, Pleasure Ways, Leisure Travels, etc before buying the CH, it seems like the seats MAY be somewhat generic off-the-shelf bits and interchangeable between manifacturers. Is this generally the case?

My van has (SHOULD have) four captains' chairs. One is missing, the other 3 are pretty much threadbare. I'd like to cover them, however I would want the cover to completely hide all the blue and I haven't really seen a cover that would do that.

Are there used seat sets available out there? Are the bases interchangeable?

This is really a pretty easy question to answer, I can even buy complete replacement seats for a not-outrageous amount of money. But then, what about the rear power sofa? I would want that to match also.

Or do I just have to bite the bullet and pay an upholsterer to redo everything? Which would not only be expensive but also tie the van up for probably a month or two, which I really need to avoid.

What are you all doing for seat "refreshment"?

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Old 09-21-2022, 01:23 AM   #2
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Your seats are likely made by by Kustom-Fit of California (a division of High Tech). Although many conversion van seats look similar, the base bolt pattern and swivel mechanism is likely to be different. Fortunately, all your seats likely came from the same supplier. My 1999 Coach House has tags on the seats that identify by Kustom-Fit as the supplier.
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Old 09-22-2022, 03:52 AM   #3
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Thank you very much!
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