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Old 27 November 2008, 17:50   #1
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Where's good for SIB parts, I need........

........a seat - two in fact for my 380 Yam, recently purchased but without the cross member seats - any ideas ?

I've searched the forum and google but without much luck.

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Old 27 November 2008, 18:54   #2
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Contact: www.defender.com in USA, maybe can ship to UK, have all sorts of inflatables spare parts & accesories.
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Old 27 November 2008, 20:59   #3
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Search for "thwart seat". Might turn up something local.


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Old 28 November 2008, 09:23   #4
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The Yamaha web site (yamaha-motor.co.uk?) lists all accessories for Yam boats, but you must actually buy from a dealer. They are discontinuing their SIB range by Zodiac, so some Yamaha dealers are offering good discounts. A friend got an inflatable thwart for his Yam 2.0 for about 30 from the Poole dealer.
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I'd say if you can get away with an inflatable one go that way . It avoids the large cracking sound , followed half a second later by you dropping into the bottom of the boat after you have arrived back on the water in a chop.

However this may have just been down to being slighlty larger than I used to be. Ebay has them come up all the time.
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........a seat - two in fact for my 380 Yam, recently purchased but without the cross member seats - any ideas ?

I've searched the forum and google but without much luck.

Thanks in advance.
I have probably got a Quicksilver seat that will fit, can you measure the distance between the two webbing slots?
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Old 11 December 2008, 18:25   #7
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Graeme you can borrow my quicksilver seat and copy the brackets if that helps
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Thanks.........

.........Fred however, I have since purchased a seat of a pal who has a 310 but never uses the seat and as such I have taken th brackets off and attached them to some marine ply - thanks anyway - you're a good'n despite what everyone else says about you - I think you're ok.
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