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Old 04-24-2010, 03:04 PM   #1
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Tub chair - convert to movable?

I would like to change the base on the fixed tub chair behind the passenger seat so that it's movable. My question is, the recliners that are optional what holds them in place while traveling and can the seat belt still be used when the chair is secured?
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I would like to change the base on the fixed tub chair behind the passenger seat so that it's movable. My question is, the recliners that are optional what holds them in place while traveling and can the seat belt still be used when the chair is secured?
We have the "Euro" chair with ottoman. It's base has two holes through it and where it sits next to the couch while travelling there are two threaded inserts in the floor. The chair is bolted to the floor using bolts that have large knobs on them so they are easy to turn on and off. The ottoman sits upside down in the chair with a strap around it and the chair to keep it from going anywhere.

You will need to come up with some sort of an anchoring system to strap or bolt the chair to the floor while traveling if you do this. In this case I would not think you would be safe in using the seat belt if the chair isn't firmly attached to the rig.
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