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Old 26 September 2014, 08:55   #11
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They are made in china from a company called Sun unggluequick province
Also Make Sun sport inflatables which are identical
I know that they are made in China as are other products with a Honda badge but I also know that quality control is a big thing with Japanese companies including products made for them. Believe me after working with the Japanese for over 25 years I do understand how they think, it is part of their culture and a real pain the rear at times, trust me.

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Old 26 September 2014, 09:36   #12
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Bought a 3.5 AE this year brand new out of the box. Slotted a 20hp Tohatsu on the back and never looked back. I'll confess I don't have a lot of experience of various makes of sibs but this ticks all the boxes for me.
Good quality at a very reasonable price with a good dealer network.

I still think 100+ for a seat's a rip though and I'm pleased I followed a thread on here and made one for a tenner!

Looks like I have no worries. Someone on the youtube vid did ask the hater if he worked for a rival company.

Where is the thread to making this seat as mine was lost
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Old 26 September 2014, 09:51   #13
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It'll be on here somewhere in the threads. Basically got a piece of wood, painted it light grey & screwed a couple of the plastic clips bought on eBay on job done. I think that they're two different lengths dependent on model !!
Could've refined it but didn't feel the need.
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