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Old 30 November 2008, 13:14   #1
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Does anyone have an old....

.......thwart seat they don't need - any size required as all I need is the positioning flanges than slot into the straps which once removed will enable me to attach them to the correct length plank to make a seat.

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.......thwart seat they don't need - any size required as all I need is the positioning flanges than slot into the straps which once removed will enable me to attach them to the correct length plank to make a seat.

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Yes i have a couple of brand new ones from a zodiac 340 if they are any good to you im pretty local to you.

Edit: just re read your post the ones of my zodiac are plastic latches rather then the flanges not sure which you require?

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Old 01 December 2008, 04:55   #3
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Hi James.......

..........Great - the "flanges" as I call them, not knowing their proper name - are the plastic bits that slide into the webbing straps on the tubes - I am pretty sure these are all the same size and it will just be the seat length that differs to fit various beams.

I have not see any other way of attaching a seat to a tube - I have attached pic of a 360s which shows the two seating positions - whilst inflating the tubes the seats are attached into the straps and as the tubes inflate they become fixed tightly in position.

Are your seats this style - if so great as all I will do is take off the positioning pieces and afix them to the correct length seat.

If so - we just need to agree a price and arrange collection / despatch.
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Unfortunately it seems mine are slightly different, mine have plastic toggles that clip into a bracket.

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Old 01 December 2008, 06:13   #6
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.........anyway - perhaps someone else will come up with something.
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I would like to get one of them seats that are made from alloy i think? ,seat can be adjusted to beam width and just hook over the tubes ,seen then on some site but only seem to be in yankee dollers and not sur how much they are in good ole brit cash, proberly expensive
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