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Old 05-06-2013, 09:06 AM   #1
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Euro Chair Mount

I have the Euro Chair and ottoman in my Georgetown. The big nob screw mount to secure it to the floor while on the road is another one of those Forest River crappy installs. The tiny little screws that attach the anchor plate to the floor have pulled out. Question, does anyone know what's beneath the chair mount location, behind passenger front seat? I am thinking of drilling holes through the floor and using bolts and nuts to attach the chair anchor. Any other suggestions?
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Old 05-09-2013, 10:46 AM   #2
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We have a 2010 330TS and also have a Euro chair and ottoman in place of a barrel chair that was originally located behind the co-pilot seat. Anyone sitting in the barrel chair would NOT have enjoyed the view while driving, AND it prohibited turning the co-pilot chair around, AND didn't offer the flexibility of the Euro chair. We just position the Euro with the ottoman inverted on it's seat, behind the co-pilot seat when travelling. If you hit the brakes, it's already as far forward as it's going to travel.
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On ours there is a web adjustable strap fastened to the floor with a plastic buckle.
I put the ottoman in the chair upside down with step over it pull it tight and it never moves. It is right behind the drivers seat between the couch and the wall of the slide so it can't go anywhere.
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Old 05-09-2013, 02:35 PM   #4
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On ours there is a web adjustable strap fastened to the floor with a plastic buckle.
I put the ottoman in the chair upside down with step over it pull it tight and it never moves. It is right behind the drivers seat between the couch and the wall of the slide so it can't go anywhere.

Same here. I don't even attach it anymore and also put the ottoman upside down in the seat and put stuff between it and slide wall.
Nothing moves.
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Thanks to all! I think I'll go with it like the rest of you, especially kenandterry seeing they have the same rig.
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Old 05-10-2013, 06:14 AM   #6
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I took the Euro chair completely out of my 350XL. It's too crowded in that small space for a chair and ottoman. I just turn the front passenger seat around when stopped and use the ottoman. It's a lot more room and I got a small end table for that space. Works much better.
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Sherman12............check your private messages file about the 330TS.
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