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Old 16 May 2018, 07:39   #1
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Adding a seat

Hi,

I've bought an additional seat to add to my T32 Honwave.

Does anyone have any tips on how to work out where to glue the straps before I mess this up please.....fully inflated, deflated etc.??????

Has anyone done this?

Thanks.
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Old 16 May 2018, 14:41   #2
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Hi Speedo
Yes I fitted a seat to my t38 successfully.
Bought the glue of eBay it's called polymarine and cost about a tenner.
Inflate boat and measure where original seat is. I then replicated the same approx 16 inches back.
Pencil around seat patch apply glue to boat and underside of the seat patch wait approx 15 mins and adhere patch to boat rubbing it with a rounded piece of wood making sure it's stuck.
Leave for 24hrs and it should be well stuck down.
Hope this helps johnnybuoy
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That's great, thank you for your help
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Make sure you use 2 part glue, you must clean/prime both the tube and new mount to be glued, (google prime pvc before glue) very lightly draw around your new mounts with biro before you glue (the biro will come off if cleaned straight after gluing with pvc cleaner or nail varnish remover) after marking the location of the mounts and pre glue cleaning/priming apply a coat of glue to both surfaces that you want to glue together and then LET that glue on those surfaces dry, once fully dry then apply a second coat to both surfaces, when both are tacky press together and hold for as long as you can (15 mins at least) continuously smooth out the new mount on the tube from the centre out, if possible use a roller to do this.
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