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Old 13 July 2017, 16:12   #1
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Honwave T35AE

I see that this has supports for 2 seats but in the pics it only ever has 1 seat. Do you know how many seats are supplied as standard

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Old 13 July 2017, 16:15   #2
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Only 1 seat supplied as standard.
To buy a genuine aftermarket 2nd Honwave seat is silly money.
A lot of people make their own.
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Old 13 July 2017, 16:33   #3
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Just make your own, paint it gloss, and lighter than supplied one.
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I have the t40 aluminum and its only one supplied, i made one and fixed my fish finder and rod holder on it.
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I have the t40 aluminum and its only one supplied, i made one and fixed my fish finder and rod holder on it.
Snap!

T40AE - check
Made my own from 18mm marine ply - check
Painted it white - check

Seeing as my home baked seat isn't quite as nice to look at as the Honwave one I hide it with the seat bag.
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Old 19 July 2017, 12:43   #6
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Made my own too. Plastic ends about 10 on eBay.
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Only 1 seat supplied as standard.
To buy a genuine aftermarket 2nd Honwave seat is silly money.
A lot of people make their own.

Hi all

I priced one up last year and was 90 and then 2 webbing patches at approx 10 each .
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The webbing is there you just don't get the seat tight gits
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Going to give this a go as the missus and I were out from Largs on Monday in what constitutes bumpy sea for a SIB and the constant battering of her, ahem, derriere on the front aluminium seat of my Excel SD365 bent it quite badly out of shape in the middle.

Now reminds me of those cheap Ikea bookshelves I should never have bought.
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I've just bought a T35AE1 and it can only facilitate one seat, towards the front. Someone correct me if I'm wrong but I think the AE2 had factory fitted webbing at the rear for a second seat but this wasn't the case with the earlier model.
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