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They do zooom swvel seats but they also have a new one coming up that is not a zooom I believe. The one they showed me swiveled
D and slid on runners to the table.
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They do zooom swvel seats but they also have a new one coming up that is not a zooom I believe. The one they showed me swiveled
D and slid on runners to the table.

Watching with interest.....


Seems to be lack of detail on if these can be DIY fitted or not? Pics would be welcome
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Hi guys, Im after a set for my camper conversion in New Zealand. Having the swivel seats would make it so cool! Just popped the photos up so you can see the interior of the Jap spec Nv200's we get over here, just in case the kits might not fit due to the rear seats?

Any advice would be much appreciated!
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Do the swivel plates work with the "drop down" seat from the versatility pack?
And does the handbrake or the floor panel between the driver/passenger seat need to be removed (Tekna spec)
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Hello,
elements between driver +passenger seat may stay there
you see zooom swivel seats moving in video https://youtu.be/7dg3h-SwUzc
swivel seat plates are only for front seats
you get https://dvickers1955.files.wordpress...ts-640x480.jpg
(picture shows left driver version of nv200)
regards Helmut

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I've seen that video, looks a right pain to use. Is there not an option to just spin the seat rather than up/down/jiggle/jaggle?


Any ideas of price?


Only want passenger seat to move - not drivers.


(emailed but had no reply from suppliers)
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I've seen that video, looks a right pain to use. Is there not an option to just spin the seat rather than up/down/jiggle/jaggle?


Any ideas of price?


Only want passenger seat to move - not drivers.


(emailed but had no reply from suppliers)
You can use a standard VW T4 swivel as long as the passenger seat is mounted on rails (not fixed) you will need to cut off the front tabs and drill extra holes but it's not too big a job. Swivel I used is a FASP VW T4 97 on model no. 1305.2893SX

Jennings seating supplied mine,
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/FASP-VW-Tr...-/252028009278
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Forgot to add, you will need to remove the centre console, but you would do that anyway if you wanted easy access to the back from the front seats.
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No idea if seat will be rail or fixed? How do you know? I will be ordering a new Tekna spec with the accessibility pack so the front seat folds flat (with a tray on top).
By centre console, you mean the bit on the floor?
If you have any pics I'd appreciate it. I never thought another plate would fit? I'm happy to drill as long as safety not affected.


Are there any issues with seat belt sensors/mountings/pre-tensioners etc?


And does it rotate with door closed?


Love to see more if you can
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No idea if seat will be rail or fixed? How do you know? I will be ordering a new Tekna spec with the accessibility pack so the front seat folds flat (with a tray on top).
By centre console, you mean the bit on the floor?
If you have any pics I'd appreciate it. I never thought another plate would fit? I'm happy to drill as long as safety not affected.


Are there any issues with seat belt sensors/mountings/pre-tensioners etc?


And does it rotate with door closed?


Love to see more if you can
Took me a long time to find out which swivel the convertors were using,(other than the Zooom which is pretty expensive). Not sure how they do the drivers side as the handbrake is in the way, the passenger is fairly easy once the centre console next to the handbrake is removed. Some of them have a 12V socket built in so that would need to be disconnected, mine didn't, I just unscrewed it and replaced with a piece of ply covered with carpet. The seat has a seatbelt sensor, that unplugs and now just runs up through the hole in the centre of the swivel plate,working ok, no problem. Didn't have any pretensioners etc, so can't help you there. the seat rails are riveted to front tabs which bolt to the seat base, this is the same as some other vans, you have to remove them as the rails have to lie flat on the plate. The attached PDF for the Fasp Ducato swivel explains it.
http://www.motorcaravanning.co.uk/pd...o_VW_instr.pdf
The seat will turn with the door closed but it does rub slightly against the side of the door trim, if that bothers you just open the door slightly. You do have to adjust the slide on the rail slightly as you turn but its nowhere near as fiddly as the zooom one. Takes about 5 seconds once you get used to it.
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