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Old 02-21-2011, 09:42 PM   #21
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Re: GameRV conversion


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Old 02-23-2011, 07:18 PM   #22
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Re: GameRV conversion

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won't adjust back and forth. I found cable undone under seat but no idea where it goes. Seat is old and wifey said she thought it looked bad so I am jumping at the chance for a new seat. I don't know if I want to lay out a bunch of cash for motorized adjustments or air ride seat. Thoughts?
Hi Gamer,
I might suggest trying to install a seat from a Lincoln Continental. I just drove a GMC 4108 with a Lincoln seat installed and it was extremely comfortable. The seat had the electric adjustment (I'm wondering how he worked around the 24 Volts on the bus).

BTW, I really like your Game RV conversion.
Very simple: most 24V buses (and military trucks) use two batteries in series...simply wire the seat to only one battery for 12V.
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