jumpseats fitted!

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hus55
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thought i would share some pics,it might help anyone wanting to fit a pair in the future 8)

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hus55
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Re: jumpseats fitted!

three spacer were used on the base to compensate the gap of the base seat and wheel arch togther with an L-shaped bracket.

we travelled a few days with 7 onboard rather than go in two cars :wink:

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Re: jumpseats fitted!

Nice job. Does anyone know the part number for the Bungy straps that hold these seats up when stowed. Mine have gone boing.
John

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hi If you dont have the original MB tool kit strapped behind the glove box those straps are similar and can be retrofitted......

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fixwin38 wrote:
hi If you dont have the original MB tool kit strapped behind the glove box those straps are similar and can be retrofitted......

Yes I found them and used them to stow the Sprinter ECU. but good tip
No wrecks down here to grab some from

James_Van_Thach
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hus55,

Great addition to your G-Wagen.

How comfortable are they for passengers.

Respectfully,

James Van Thach

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cheers james! the seats are fine for young family and adequate in an emergency for grownups.

i had 7 family members inc me at christmas on a 20 mile trip and it saved us going in 2 cars.

very cosy to say the least.....