- Oct 2, 2019
That’s probably a really good ideaOk Just wondering. Well I’m leaning towards the swivel base with tethers. I really don’t think the tethers would be that “ugly” and Im sure an upholstery shop could make skirting that covers it if needed.
Just bumping this up in case someone wants to share progress in this modification. I sure would appreciate learning from their experience.
I think it would be easier to do it how the trucker seats work. Install an integrated harness seat, and then use the factory lap belt anchor points to anchor the seat to the coach.I've been contemplating the shoulder harness and lack thereof issue in my '95 Airstream Classic 36'. After reading the responses here, what if a person went with the integrated harness seat, and use the conventional belts for my lap that are already anchored to the floor? I guess I'd be double strapped, but at least I and the seat would be properly anchored to the coach. I assume the shoulder harness is stressed by integration with the strength of the seat and seat back. I'd be more comfortable with two straps across my lap than the idea of having nothing restraining my upper body in a crash. Thoughts?