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Old 07 September 2015, 12:02   #1
Country: UK - England
Town: Leeds
Boat name: Searider SR4
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Length: 4m +
Engine: 55HP
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Changing from Console to seats on SR4

Just an idle thought.

I keep seeing SR4s with 4 seats and a "dashboard" type set up.

The reason I am asking is, apart from one single seat behind the console, there is no other seating and it's hard for people to get comfortable.

By the look of mine, it did have that setup originally.

What do people think?

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Old 17 September 2015, 03:50   #2
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Changing from Console to seats on SR4

They're not very popular, mostly because sitting down means your back gets a beating in any sort of chop (even with the deep V Searider hull).

There's another recent thread on the same subject here: converting an Avon SR4 FROM a jockey..

I've closed this thread now so that we don't end up with two parallel discussions of the same thing.
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