Anyone 6'+ using them? I hear they raise the seat up pretty high. Where is the best place to buy them?
I bought two of the swivel seat bases that have the safe in them...i.e. it isn't the adapter you add to your existing seat. I have an 02 GLS. After installing the one on the passenger side, just used it as it was and never got around to installing the drivers side. We just didn't ever seem to think we needed it. The vendor claims this version doesn't raise the seat height, although it does seem like it is up a tiny bit. I'm 6'4" so I'm pretty close to the ceiling as it is.
I don't mean to pirate this by trying to sell my own stuff, but I still have the second one figuring I'd sell it one day. I think they list for $260, but I would sell my for $200 plus shipping (they are compact, but heavy). Mine would fit a 96 through 03. If you want to buy from a commercial source, check out SKL Enterprises
PM me if you are interested.
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How high did it raise the seat?
"EuroVan Swivel Seat Adapter. Fits '96 to 2003 model years. BLACK Includes hardware.
For Passenger or Drivers Seat.** Raises seat height 1 inch Uses stock seat belt buckle."
The one with the safe does not raise the seat at all.
I know it is an old post but please let me know if you still are interested in selling EuroVan Swivel Base with Safe or if you know anywhere I might find other than eurocamper.
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I installed one today in my '02 MV, built by Lear with VW parts tag # 7D0 881 669 D .....the next line showed....ZSB DREHGESTELL USA 2 DP .....very well made, 43 lbs for this heavy duty gray base... with harness # 7D0 971 388 C 1/1.....an inter-lock set-up,,,, http://www.TomMenzel.com
'02 EuroVan MV & '02 GMC T-7500 cabover 3126 CAT & '02 Manitou 14.000 lb Telehandler Perkins/CAT 4.liter...http://www.MenzelEngineering.com
Any one has one/pair of swivel base for sale? I am looking for ones with locking safe or like one that replaces the original non-swivel bases all together...perhaps ones from a full camper. Please feel free to reply: firstname.lastname@example.org