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Folding seats ?
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(07-10-2018, 12:44 PM)Wild1 Wrote:  
(26-09-2018, 07:00 PM)Gravity Wrote:  ... and it just so happens that I've got two spare folding B9 front seats for sale, complete with arms and floor mounting frames.

Haven't advertised them yet, but was just about to do so.

Hi Gravity, my conversion is coming along nicely though I am at sea at the moment so the cushions will have to wait for now .
     I was wondering if the drivers seat that you have for sale will fit my Berlin go 03 for I do like the idea of an arm rest .
Just read the rest of your thread . what part of the UK are you based ?

I'm based in west Wales - good holiday country, just a few miles from the sea.

Not sure if my B9 seats would fit the earlier models, but I don;t see why not. It may mean drilling a couple of extra holes in the frames but that shouldn't be a big problem to anyone building their own camper conversion.
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(07-10-2018, 05:09 PM)Gravity Wrote:  
(07-10-2018, 12:44 PM)Wild1 Wrote:  
(26-09-2018, 07:00 PM)Gravity Wrote:  ... and it just so happens that I've got two spare folding B9 front seats for sale, complete with arms and floor mounting frames.

Haven't advertised them yet, but was just about to do so.

Hi Gravity, my conversion is coming along nicely though I am at sea at the moment so the cushions will have to wait for now .
     I was wondering if the drivers seat that you have for sale will fit my Berlin go 03 for I do like the idea of an arm rest .
Just read the rest of your thread . what part of the UK are you based ?

I'm based in west Wales - good holiday country, just a few miles from the sea.

Not sure if my B9 seats would fit the earlier models, but I don;t see why not. It may mean drilling a couple of extra holes in the frames but that shouldn't be a big problem to anyone building their own camper conversion.

How would I find out how to exchange drivers sea.ting units .from one van to a mk 2 ??  Would Citroen be able to shed any light on it??
      What is the nearest big town to you  gravity ?
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Nearest town is Lampeter.
Guess any local garage or mechanic or Diy neighbour would be able to help sort seats out.
I can't see Citroen being very helpful - unless you are good at chatting up one of their mechanics!
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