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Old 04 March 2009, 08:40   #1
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avon sr5.4 dual console (idea)

hi has anyone ever seen a 5.4 with a dual jockey seat set up ive had a good look around the net at all the dual consoles out there and i could get one to fit lovely, but before i spend out on anything just wanted to hear your comments and if there was any pics about, the good thing with it to me is i always have my to boys with me so it easyier it keep an eye on them sat next to me and i would gain so much storage space hope you can help cheers tim
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Old 04 March 2009, 08:55   #2
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Do you mean side by side like this one? http://rib.net/forum/showthread.php?t=19826
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http://rib.net/forum/attachment.php?...8&d=1224571813

Custom made but very nice.
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Old 04 March 2009, 10:59   #4
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Really wish this thread hadn't started now. I want that one!
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cheers for those pics i think i might just go for it if i do i will post some pics cheers tim
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Making the console yourself Tim?
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yeah will do john ive been looking around for a couple of seat pods so i will buy them and just build the main console myself, only because i can build it to the needs i need like the fuel tank can be built under i think it will look good (hope so )
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Right, I demand a build thread! With pictures and descriptions
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i will try my best john to keep you posted, what do you think would be the best idea top mount morse controls or side ?!!
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I think it would depend on you and which side your sitting. Are you going to have the steering on the right of the console? And are you used to left or right handed controls? It's took me ages to get used to using left hand controls and now I have I wouldn't like to change so would get a nice top mounted (twin lever just do get DHD and mollers going again ) If your used to right hand controls then you could just use a standard side mount.
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