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Single Passenger Seat
Topic Started: Jan 3 2018, 09:28 PM (198 Views)
seanmatthews
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Hi all.

Has anyone ever either seen or fitted a single passenger seat to a series 3 35S12?

Or

Does anyone know of a seat from another vehicle that will definitely fit?

Cheers all.
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Cloverdale
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Hi there,

Yes, my van has a single passenger seat fitted when vehicle was new. It cost me extra as well.

I wanted an internal walk-way through to the rear of the vehicle being a campervan. Works well although it's only adjustment is the recline angle of the back member; no height or horizontal movement provided.

I've no idea where you might get one. If you're particularly interested I could search for a part number, just let me know.

Cheers

Alan L
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PCB
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What about sourcing a driver's seat for a left hand drive. That would have all the adjustments on it.
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spags
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I have 2 single seats in storage for sale if of any interest to you.

Both from a 2000 series daily. Previously in my 2005 van.
Passenger on fixed frame with only rear rake and squab adjustment. Pristine.
Driver is full adjustment but not on air, ie no bounce. Very good condition.

Considered using in my 2016 van but installed sliding bulkhead and drop down bed instead.

Situated in central Scotland.

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seanmatthews
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Hi and thanks for your replies.

Where in Scotland are you and how much are you asking for both seats?

Cheers.
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spags
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Situated close to the Police Training College Tulliallan. This is between the Kincardine and Clackmannan Bridges on the north side of the Forth.

Looking for 100 pounds.
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seanmatthews
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Just to clarify, that 100 for both seats? If so I'll take them off your hands.

I'm working this weekend so would have to collect on 20th if that's ok? (Coming from Manchester so probably around lunch-time)
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spags
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Hi Sean,

yes 100 is for both seats. 20th is okay for me too. My mob is 07798666578 so feel free to call re arrangements.

John
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Iveco72461
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Hi Sean,

it's no Problem to swab the passenger seat so a single seat. I did this on my former 3rd gen Daily to.
When you ghet the seat make sure you get the resistor that gets plugged into the socket of the belt pretensioner of the middle seat.
You may also not switch the ignition on as long as there is no pretensioner or resistor plugged in as you will be winding up visiting IVECO to have the airbag light resetted.
Every thing else is literally plug and play.
If you can't get the resistor from IVECO you mightb try at FIAT because the same one was used in their Vans.

Chris
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