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Old 02-21-2019, 08:59 PM   #1
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Swivel seat adapter compatible with air suspension seats for sprinter?
I just purchased a 2015 sprinter to convert. I love the air suspension seats, but my floor plan demands the seats swivel. Has anyone adapted existing swivel bases or know of an available base compatible with air suspension seats?
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Not sure about the fit but check out some of the seat makers for big trucks. I know they' used to be available but bring $$$ for the swivel ones
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Swivel seat adapter compatible with air suspension seats for sprinter?
I just purchased a 2015 sprinter to convert. I love the air suspension seats, but my floor plan demands the seats swivel. Has anyone adapted existing swivel bases or know of an available base compatible with air suspension seats?
This issue has been discussed several times on the Sprinter-Source forum. Lots of folks want swivel and suspension seats, but I haven't seen anyone do it yet.

I recall someone proposing sectioning the stock seat base to reduce their height, making room for the swivel base for use with stock suspension seats. That would be straightforward on passenger side as the base is empty. But the drivers base is loaded with electrical wires, fuses and components.

What do you have now on your 2015 Sprinter? Swivel base or suspension seats?

I have the stock swivel bases on my Sprinter with normal seats. The swivels base on my van is about 2" thick. If you have suspension seats it might be possible to find a thinner swivel system that would work.
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