To rotate the seat, the engine must be turned off, vehicle put in gear and the handbrake released temporarily. Once the seat is facing the rear re-engage handbrake. For seats fitted with up/down height adjustment, you will find that you probably need to pump up the seat height to allow the seat to rotate without the grey plastic trim around the base catching on anything. If you have a plastic handbrake cover then you may have to remove it and replace with our fabric slip-on cover.
Crafters seem to be available with two heights of handbrake handle. If yours is higher than the seat base then you will need to add a spacer under the swivel so it can clear the handbrake on its way around. Also if you do not have height adjustable seats you'll have to remove some of the plastic seat base trim.
The swivel can be made to work with a twin passenger seat. The trick is: remove the extra spacers on the central seats seat belt receiver so it sits as close as possible to the seat base box, then when you want to spin the drivers seat you just need to slide the passengers seat cushion forwards - again this frees up a little bit of extra room to play with.
- Swivel plate fits between the base and seat slider rails on normal seats
- Automatically locks in place facing forward for driving
- Pivot point is centrally located in the base
- European TUV safety approval
- Seat height increase: Approx 43mm
- Safety: European TUV safety approval
- Swivel plate
- Bolts to fit standard seat boxes