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Old 10-05-2009
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Ok, here is what I am sure will be many wanderlodge newbie questions.

Are the drivers seats on the wanderlodges designed to slide from side to side, in order to provide more room to get past the doghouse?

I was looking at pics of one for sale and the drivers seat is off center of the steering wheel quite a bit to the left.

I am not afraid to ask ignorant (uniformed) questions in order to learn about things, so you all might as well get used to it. (I don't mind if you laugh either, if life isn't funny it ain't fun)
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Hey Steve, I have wondered about that also. My PT can move the seat left/right. Why? I don't know.
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Yes, the seats move side to side to enable easier access. On my '83 there is an air cylinder that acuates the slide release. Also on the FC's you can rotate the passenger seat around to face the interior. It takes a little effort and the slide helps.
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Great! Thaks for the info on the seat.
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i found that having the seat all the way to the right was the best placement for me,its eaiser to stay in your lane.
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