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Old 19 January 2015, 16:45   #11
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Got this frame. You could use different lenght pedestals, I use 7". You can set it anywhere in boat. Guess you could use two if you want. Wife prefers to sit on the floor.

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An update on this, I've decided that the boat seats are too permanent and have ordered some outdoor beanbag cushions to sit on!! 60x60x20 cm. will also double up as a sun lounger!!! The forum wins again!!
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Ended up being a dog bed! Click image for larger version

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I'm thinking of bean bags for my SIB, the tubes are not comfy! And neither is sitting on spare bouyancy aids... just wondering, I noticed you have a wheel and controls for your engine, where did you get them or did you make them? I've been looking at some for a while but are very costly!
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Old 29 March 2015, 16:39   #15
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I use airflow fishing cushions yo sit on whilst fishing in my Sib.
I have one on top of my fishing box and one on my now box.
They are very comfortable to sit on.
Nothing worse than having a sore hind end from sitting on a rock hard tube or seat.
I got a local upholstery company to make me a similar cover for the bench seat as well.
60 quid all in for the 3 cushions.
Money well spent.

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I'm thinking of bean bags for my SIB, the tubes are not comfy! And neither is sitting on spare bouyancy aids... just wondering, I noticed you have a wheel and controls for your engine, where did you get them or did you make them? I've been looking at some for a while but are very costly!

The set up came with the boat when I got it but yes they are expensive. More commonly from America too. That dog bed was 30, water resistant. Made by woofff I think. I far prefer sitting in the boat rather than on
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