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Old 05 December 2001, 16:48   #1
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Idea...

Has anyone seen or know of heated jockey seats and back supports?...it would be a nice option.
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Old 05 December 2001, 19:59   #2
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Maybe you think about the something like the heated seat of the car. There are some suppliers for the product that can be attached for the heating of the seat etc.

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Old 06 December 2001, 02:57   #3
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Hi

There are several suppliers in the motorcycle clothing trade who supply 12v heated waistcoats and gloves. I think these would be okay on a rib. Would anyone like me to get details?

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Old 06 December 2001, 03:00   #4
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Hi again

Here is one supplier:

http://ds.dial.pipex.com/chilli/

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Old 06 December 2001, 03:58   #5
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...and here is another:

http://www.riderhouse.co.uk/frameset.htm

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Old 06 December 2001, 04:49   #6
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Sirzap.............

Does it get THAT cold in North Carolina?????

Don't know about heated seats but I do know that Charles Blois has a heated passenger grab rail (by engine cooling water) on his monster 10m RIB.

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Old 06 December 2001, 07:07   #7
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heated seats...

Keith...Thanks, the heated vests look like a good option. I will go to a bike shop and look around. I'm not too sure that I would want to be plugged into the boats electric system though.
Alan...The heated seates are added insurance for me, in assuring my wife just how comfortable Ribbing can be.
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Old 06 December 2001, 12:18   #8
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You lot don't know what cold is!!
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Old 06 December 2001, 14:19   #9
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Neither do you, in your Eberspracher heated dry yellow little cabin!
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Old 06 December 2001, 15:43   #10
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