If you have a powered seat, then I suggest marking your cut line at the point where the seat is raised as high as possible. You can decide how far down you want to cut to clear various pinch points during the swivel without touching the metal bar. I cut mine at the highest point, so I still need to force the plastic side around some metal pinch points on the base of the seat.Has anyone installed the scopema on their 2021 yet? Do you have 10 way powered seats? Is this bracket new (circled in yellow both pics)? I marked the plastic (circled in red on attached pictures) where trimming is needed to avoid base when swiveling seat Looks like trimming this bracket, in addition to the plastic is required. Is the bracket new? Haven't seen it referenced in any of the videos or pictures I've seen online. I'm planning on going after the metal bracket with hacksaw - unless anyone else has suggestions.
Did y'all order from the swivel shop, or scopema directly?Seems like many new Transit owners received their backordered Scopemas this week. I've also got one in Bellingham, just north of you. The shape makes me think it might make a cool space-ship type of toy for my boy.