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Old 22 April 2007, 09:30   #11
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I think the height of the single looks fine.

Think of your crew! They'd love a more comanding view by looking over your head. You'd also get more storage!
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Old 22 April 2007, 13:50   #12
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Andy, I think I agree with you, I am however going to get the cushion remade to look more like the drivers one, that I think is what does look a little odd.

I may sell the exisiting one if anyone is interested?


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If I want to use plywood as the base how would I treat it so that it does not suffer damage when exposed to water?

Is there a hard plastic material that I could use instead say 1" thick?

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Try this:
http://www.cfsnet.co.uk/acatalog/CFS...rnish_258.html

You could use nylon sheet instead I suppose but I've never had any problems with G4 covered plywood.
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