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Old 12-24-2010, 08:50 PM   #11
Join Date: Oct 2010
Location: Anacortes, WA
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On our '02 325, which has Flexsteel front seats, I also put the seatback of the driver's set forward of upright at fold the arms down. With the steering column as for forward as it can go, there's just enough clearance to get the seat past the steering wheel. For some reason, it doesn't want to go beyond facing sideways, so it doesn't reall face intoi the living room. That's a study project before the start of next season.

The passenger seat isn't a problem. It will go all the way round to face aft, but DW doesn't use it like that, because she's uncomfortable in the seat anyway. At 4' 10", her feet don't touch the floor and the distance from the seat back to the leading edge of the cushion is about 6" too long.

I suspect that there's going to be a consultation with an upholstery shop next spring!

Frank and Eileen
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Old 12-25-2010, 03:48 PM   #12
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The drivers seat Im not to worried about but my passenger seat is mounted so close to the wall that it cant be turned at all. I thought that they just screwed up on my coach so I went to lazydays and looked at other new 378s they were all the same.
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Old 12-27-2010, 09:53 PM   #13
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Georgetown front seat use

Originally Posted by kenandterry View Post
Regardless of what year or model Georgetown MH you may have, does anyone really try to use, or actually use the driver's seat or passenger seat as part of the living quarters.

Have you got a little trick you use to make them turn around more easily, or at least use just the passenger seat. My driver's seat seems to hit the steering wheel no matter how much it may be tilted upwards.
We have an 02 Gtown and use the front seats only when we will be still for several days, otherwise the effort is not worth it! We also removed the seat behind the passenger seat.

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