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Old 03-07-2022, 01:23 PM   #1
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Just wanted to say Hi, Wife and I had a Thor to drive across the states with the kids, CA to FL during the covid shut down. We looked around and found this Winnie. So far, we love it more then frustrated, but there is both for sure...

I really think these seat arm rest are to high.... I sat in a bunch of rigs this last weekend up here in Fargo trade show, and all were way lower and felt much better... Thoughts???
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Old 03-07-2022, 02:38 PM   #2
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On my Adventurer there are driver and passenger seat armrest height adjusters under the armrest at the front. It's a large knurled wheel you spin.

I looked in your Operator's Manual online... and they should be there. It really helps to read every page in the manual and then reread it often as you use the RV more new features and new questions will be answered.

Here's an online link to yours:
https://www.winnebago.com/Files/File...Adventurer.pdf
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Thank you for the reply and link. I am not lucky enough to have those. it says in the link "if Equipped"

I wonder if I found the manufacture of seats if I could purchase those and they would bolt on... these are really uncomfortable to drive with.....
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I saw that "if equipped" but thought that can't be. Wow, how strange.
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Ya creativepart ya think options would not be stuff like this..... BUT after looking at an adjustable arm looks apart. it would only rotate the arm up or down on the front... so if seat was close to 90 it would still be to high. The whole are is just set to high up the back part of the seat. look at all the other seats and when seat is 90 the arm do not have air space to bottom seat cushion. These have a huge space.... I need new seats.
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