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Old 22 September 2014, 08:54   #1
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WTB Jockey Seat Console

Hey everyone,

I'm looking to buy a jockey seat/console that would fit on an Avon 5.4 Searider. As close to original as possible. Prefer Orange, but will look at anything you have.

I'm in NJ, but will consider shipping it from anywhere.

Thanks
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Old 22 September 2014, 11:44   #2
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jockey console

Defender has a couple different sized orange jockeys. Not exactly what originally came in the Searider but not a bad option.

Mercury 2-Man, Fiberglass Jockey Console

Mercury 2-Man, Fiberglass Jockey Console

Let me know if you have any questions.

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Thanks for the options,

I should have specified that I am looking for a cheap, used console or seat.

The whole boat cost $1,000......
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forget the searider and show us some pics of t your new boat, always looking to see a good searider project here in the states. tks.
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Thanks for the options,

I should have specified that I am looking for a cheap, used console or seat.

The whole boat cost $1,000......
Might want to slap one up out of plywood, and coat it with something like surfboard resin (TAP plastics is probably the easiest source.) It'll be bulkier than GRP, but probably cheaper.

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