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Old 06 November 2014, 07:56   #1
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Stainless seat back x2 225.00

Due to some planned upgrades to my mini ribcraft I will shortly have two SS seat backs for sale .

One will have the padded seat back in black) the other wont . Probably a few weeks before I can let them go ( need to get new stuff upholstered)

Will get some pics shortly ( boat is with Biff)

But looking for 225 for the pair.
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Old 09 November 2014, 12:18   #2
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Two like this. One has black backrest attached.
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Would you sell just the one with the cushion? Do you have the dimensions of what console width it will fit?
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Would you sell just the one with the cushion? Do you have the dimensions of what console width it will fit?
Yep - they are from Ribcraft so will fit their standard bases . I'll measure when I get in after work later. I'm sure they could be 'tweaked a little to fit others.

120 for the one with the cushion attached ?
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Measured last night but then lost internet connection !

So they are 22cm across the top bolts and 24cn across the bottom - but they could be 'tweaked' to be 22 across the bottom.

The legs have a slight inwards cant coming to 20.2cm at the narrowest point .
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Ace I will measure my console tonight and let you know. Is the upholstery in good condition?
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Ace I will measure my console tonight and let you know. Is the upholstery in good condition?
Yep - had it re-done in may this year when I got the boat.

Pics of it attached to the boat (which it still is) ;

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Hi Pete

just measured my console and its 430mm wide so nearly double the width of the rest so dont think it will work for how i wanted it

thank you for your help though

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Peter,

I'll need to measure my console base, but if you are Ok to split, how much for the simple frame one? (I have a pair of cushions one of which will need a bespoke base, the other might work with this frame - console permitting.


And in a totally random chance - are you likely to be "Hants" rather than Dorset tomorrow? - I'm comming down on a bit af a flying visit day trip....
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I'll need to measure my console base, but if you are Ok to split, how much for the simple frame one? (I have a pair of cushions one of which will need a bespoke base, the other might work with this frame - console permitting.


And in a totally random chance - are you likely to be "Hants" rather than Dorset tomorrow? - I'm comming down on a bit af a flying visit day trip....
No probs to split - how does 110 for the one without the cushion ?

I'll be a day out in Hants - Prob Portsmouth / Southampton on Friday ( need to get the other one off the boat which is at Biffs)
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