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Old 07 February 2019, 05:15   #11
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any good as an idea its got drawings

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Old 07 February 2019, 13:00   #12
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That might entice him out, heís been disappointingly quiet of late.... maybe heís moved on to pastures new

F***K me Dave you ought to be on the telly with that sort of stuff Comedy gold. You will make someone proud one day


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Old 07 February 2019, 13:01   #13
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Old 07 February 2019, 13:11   #14
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Cheap fold away to nowt take on the beach.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01N6DX3...a-571838228578
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Cheap fold away to nowt take on the beach.

https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B01N6DX3...a-571838228578
It's like a water bed when on a boat. But I wish I could inflate my boat that way!
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any good as an idea its got drawings

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Bulkhead seats. Look good. I will google those key words and see if any go more than 90degrees thank you
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They have been on bean bags all last season. They sit quite low which is secure but complain they canít sss over tubes. It might end up staying the same
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It's like a water bed when on a boat. But I wish I could inflate my boat that way!
Yep best on lawn with a beer
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Bulkhead seats. Look good. I will google those key words and see if any go more than 90degrees thank you
If you look at the mounting side brackets. The seat back hang points slide up and down to stow/deploy. After mounting the vertical tracks just fabricate stops that make the seat flatter. Then make a custom seat back pad that snaps to the console.
And if the seat has some lean back it might be very comfortable.
Grab handles on sides of seat might be good. If the seat back can lock in place.
A fabrication shop that makes towere/ canopies could make all necessary mods to cleanly modify it to your boat
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When our boats static we use a couple of waterproof bean-bags, only got them last season but the kids love them, about £40 each from amazon.
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Ive been using one for a few seasons now... at over 5'+ and a "double" It's Very comfortable and makes a great addition in good weather...and is easily secured under a elasticated cargo net on the move.
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