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Old 04-06-2013, 05:51 PM   #1
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Swivel installation

Well, not quite as easy as I thought. We have one nut that rubs too much, bought smaller one, but threads were wrong. Why they have this welded on here, which makes the problem, I have no idea. Anyone know?


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Old 04-06-2013, 08:28 PM   #2
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Got it done. I guess that acts as a stop so the swivel doesn't go all the way around. We are going to really enjoy the swivel, I think.
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Old 04-06-2013, 09:04 PM   #3
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Fantastic, I've thought about doing this but just not sure at this time. Maybe later.
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Got it done. I guess that acts as a stop so the swivel doesn't go all the way around. We are going to really enjoy the swivel, I think.
Debbie, did you do both seats?
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No, just passenger side. We are doing a short trip to Gulf Shores in two weeks, so we will decide then if we want to do the drivers side as well. We want to have everything "shaken out" before our two week trip to FL and Key West in May.
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Which kit did you order the 07 and newer? or one of the others?
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Which kit did you order the 07 and newer? or one of the others?
Yes. The 07 and newer.
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Was there much work to installing it? about how long does it take?
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Was there much work to installing it? about how long does it take?
I'm going to let my friend Wilson (Displaced2) answer, as he really is the one that did it. I just watched and tightened screws!
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I'm going to let my friend Wilson (Displaced2) answer, as he really is the one that did it. I just watched and tightened screws!
It is really simple if you have the correct tools instructions call for ?? Torc socket??? I used regular socket just be sure it fits snug and need 6 or 8 mm hex head. 1/4 adapter worked. Creative engineering start all screws first then tighten. Instruction very good and clear.
Know you MUST elevate seat with height adjustment and back in upright position to swivel.
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