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Old 19 April 2012, 07:09   #1
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Hi. I am after 2 stainless steel back rest for my new single pod seat's (ribnet member ribraff is making)
I have seen these on eBay. Does anybody sell these or know how to get hol of some ready made with a back rest cushion

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Old 19 April 2012, 07:17   #2
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Hi. I am after 2 stainless steel back rest for my new single pod seat's (ribnet member ribraff is making)
I have seen these on eBay. Does anybody sell these or know how to get hol of some ready made with a back rest cushion

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Nope, but personally I wouldn't want that type of backrest -it'll eventually tear through the bolt holes where it bolts on unless Ribraff is putting a big chunk of ply reinforcing on the inside rear of the pods.

The type that bolt on the side of the pod are far stronger.
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Nope, but personally I wouldn't want that type of backrest -it'll eventually tear through the bolt holes where it bolts on unless Ribraff is putting a big chunk of ply reinforcing on the inside rear of the pods.

The type that bolt on the side of the pod are far stronger.
Depends whose seat pods you are using Osprey boxes have said re-inforcement built in

If you can afford to wait I should have 4 off of these type available in 2 to 3 months time as I am getting wingbacks made up.
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Thanks Ian tat sounds good. Any picture and sizes? Also what will you be after for 2 Inc postage? I have no idea how strong edd (ribraff) makes his seats or how long it will take
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funny i have wacked some reinforcement in my pods as i remember my vipermax having some in there
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I had a backrest made up at a local metal fabrication unit. I then had a local upholsterer make the cushion using marine ply (which i cut to size) and waterproof / mould resistant foam and covers.

All in about 160 for the back rest. It also was designed so that it bolted on from the side and i glassed in reinforcing ply inside the console too.
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I'm planning to buy one of those off eBay for a rib I've got at the moment - they're Identicle to the ones Humber fit, only cheaper!
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I can put a bit of Ply in the back if required but the side mounted ones make more sense if you can get hold of them.
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Thanks Ian tat sounds good. Any picture and sizes? Also what will you be after for 2 Inc postage? I have no idea how strong edd (ribraff) makes his seats or how long it will take
I'll try to get some pics and a few measurements over the weekend, assuming the rain stops for long enough
I have just remembered , mine are not exactly the same, the upper mount has been modified by one Mr Biffer of this parish , so as to clear the seat catch, but you can have a look at the pics and decide for yourself whether you are interested.
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Thanks Ian look forward to seeing them 
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