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Old 08-18-2013, 10:01 AM   #1
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Just Another Swivel Seat Thread

My wife, Fran, and I have been full-timing in our 2009 Lexington 300GTS for the last 90 days. As we have sold our home I guess you could say we are committed.

With these three months as experience we think the two mods which would make the biggest difference in our quality of life and comfort would be:

1. Swivel seat bases on both the driver's and passengers seats.

2. A flat screen TV on a swing-out arm mounted on the driver's side wall above the aft arm of the sofa of forward seat back of the dinette. The photo below shows the proposed location for the TV. I am considering attaching the bracket to the wall between the windows.

I believe I have read all the threads on swivel bases. I have yet to see a pic of them in a Lexington. My research seems to indicate that these swivel bases might just work. Does anyone have real experience installing swivel bases on a Lexington 300 or other MH on the Ford F450 Super Duty chassis?

Thanks in advance for any help.
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