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Old 16 August 2016, 16:21   #1
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Stainless Steel Backrest for Jockey Seat

Hi
I am selling a new Stainless Steel Backrest for Jockey Seat
Never fitted to a boat, top quality.
Any questions please ask
90 + 10 postage UK and Ireland
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Old 26 August 2016, 12:29   #2
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Old 03 September 2016, 16:24   #3
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Hi,

This might be of interest, bit can I ask a few more dimensional details?

A- Vertical separation of the mounts?
B- distance form the corner to the cushion mount?
c) the angle of the bend?
not on pic - the overall width at the mounts - 0242 hints this has a taper, and I can't tell which of the mounts you have taken in Pic 0252

Alternatively, what was this designed to fit?

I am batting various ideas around re. a seat improvement, which currently is held in by a very inadequate method and has no backrest. . I'm thinking of going hinged and need to make sure the backrest will clear the squab when hinging. if this fits you may be about to save me a lot of faffing!
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Old 03 September 2016, 18:15   #4
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Hi,

This might be of interest, bit can I ask a few more dimensional details?

A- Vertical separation of the mounts?
B- distance form the corner to the cushion mount?
c) the angle of the bend?
not on pic - the overall width at the mounts - 0242 hints this has a taper, and I can't tell which of the mounts you have taken in Pic 0252

Alternatively, what was this designed to fit?

I am batting various ideas around re. a seat improvement, which currently is held in by a very inadequate method and has no backrest. . I'm thinking of going hinged and need to make sure the backrest will clear the squab when hinging. if this fits you may be about to save me a lot of faffing!
Hi
I will try to answer your questions the best I can
Any more info needed please ask
A - vertical separation of mounts _ from bottom mount to middle mount 245mm
from middle mount to top mount 320mm
B Distance from the corner to the cushion mount 165mm
C Angle of the bend?? 15 degree bend
With from outside of legs 210mm
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Old 05 September 2016, 07:18   #5
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Cool, thanks.

Gut feel is it will fit, but let me go take some measurements of my seat pod...
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