Scudo / Ducato / Boxer / Relay (Pre 2007) seat swivel made by FASP.
Fitting seat swivels to allow the driver's and passenger's seats to turn round to face backwards is a great way to make the most of the limited space available in a campervan or motorhome. For the benefit fitting seat swivels bring to your campervan or motorhome we think it is one of the lowest cost, relatively achievable DIY conversion tasks. For more information read our article about fitting seat swivels
This Seat Swivel is for Fiat Scudo / Fiat Ducato / Peugeot Boxer / Citroen Relay vans (years up to and including 2006). Choose whether you need drivers or passenger side below. The swivel is made by Fasp
of Italy. These are high quality seat swivels and have been crash tested (currently classed as 'homologated').
Campervan Conversion DIY Difficulty
: 3/5 - Please be aware that fitting this swivel often involves making some modifications to the existing seat runners. The seat runners have tabs that overhang the front of the seat base and in order to re-mount the runners on top of the swivel base you need to saw the overhanging bits of metal off and create new holes through the runners in order to attach them to the swivel. Please take photos and let us know of any problems you encounter and we'll provide what help we can. For the Ducato, Boxer, and Relay there is also a Sportscraft Seat Swivel which although slightly more expensive is probably easier and less hassle to fit. There is uncertainty as to whether the Sportscraft model works for the Scudo so for that van we advise using the Fasp model shown here.
Things to watch out for:
Airbags / seat heating / other wiring - disconnect the battery before doing anything with wiring. After fitting the swivel, wires can be passed through the hole.
Things mounted under the seat are a problem if they are higher than the seat base - for example batteries, heaters, etc. Batteries can usually be replaced with lower profile ones.
Sometimes bolts can catch when swiveling - if this happens you will either need to use shorter bolts, cut down these ones using a hack saw, do some filing, or source some with flat heads. They need to be high tensile bolts so get them from an appropriate place - often local engineering / welding companies are the best people to go to for this type of problem.
For Vehicle: Fiat Scudo (Pre 2007).
Crash Tested / TUV Approved: Yes (Homologated)
Hole centres: 400 x 305mm (Please double check this is right for your van)