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Old 20 December 2012, 17:57   #21
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Yes I saw them ,and sat on a rib with them did not rate them,try scotseats first class
That's interesting - what was the comparison? Obviously there's a huge difference in price (4k) so for a measily Grand, what do you get?
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Old 20 December 2012, 17:59   #22
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Hi I have these scotseats on a rib ,out of this world but expensive,after a full day out you feel perfect
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Old 20 December 2012, 18:02   #23
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Hi I have these scotseats on a rib ,out of this world but expensive,after a full day out you feel perfect
Yes, yes, ScotSeats good (we know this), but how do they compare to Coastal Pros? We're interested, as you have used both. I've done big miles in big seas on ScotSeats and I'm a fan, but I'm still curious about the others...
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Old 20 December 2012, 18:08   #24
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The scotseats is just under 2k full shock mitigation and side to side suspension,on big water you feel like you are sitting on your couch,I sat on that other seat at 1k at the southampton boat show and I thought it just seemed to bottom out like there was no suspension on it .you would not be disappointed in the scotseats it is even more than I expected,made in ayreshire
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Old 20 December 2012, 18:17   #25
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When I sell my rib I plan to either sell with the seats or cut the price of the boat by thousands and take them of,I have 4 of them
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Old 20 December 2012, 18:28   #26
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Don't waste a grand buying the costal pro,I was talking to one of the guys at southampton show who went to the artic on the Humber last year,those boats had ullmans at 4k each on them,and his opinion was that the scot seat was every bit as good as the ullmans he even proffered the scotseats.
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Thanks for the info. Is there anyone else out there that agrees or disagrees with chuck

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surely the unit is much deeper than a standard jockey cushion. therefore if the idea is to replace your cushions, you will need some cuban heels too?
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Thanks for the info. Is there anyone else out there that agrees or disagrees with chuck

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I would try them for yourself. If they are adjusted correctly they should not bottom out.
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