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Old 22 December 2012, 02:55   #41
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Not sure id be hapy bolting these to an existing seat box..... Thats a hell of alot of stress and leverage added to the topof the seat
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Old 22 December 2012, 06:03   #42
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Hoping to!!! It's in the diary.
Isn't that the same day your library books are due back

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Holyhead marina about 12-1 ish
Don't forget to pay, 7 quid IIRC
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Isn't that the same day your library books are due back

Don't forget to pay, 7 quid IIRC
What, to tie up and eat a butty? That's rubbish, I'll just float near it then.
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did anyone see these at the southamton boat show? costal pro seats that just replace the cushion part of your seat? looked good and felt pretty good to sit on, would be interested to know more . any one got any more info, ,
Has anyone actually fitted these, or used them in anger?

I've sent an enquiry to Coastal Pro's enquires e-mail but in the meantime I thought i'd check with the hivemind.
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Old 09 August 2019, 05:06   #45
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Has anyone actually fitted these, or used them in anger?

I've sent an enquiry to Coastal Pro's enquires e-mail but in the meantime I thought i'd check with the hivemind.
i did dan but the wing back ones better seats, the only thing is when i fitted them to the existing bases it made them 5-6 inches too high, his answer to that was fit mast steps which are crap because your in one position all the time, far better building the floor up to be honest if keeping your bases.i fitted new ali bases which worked out great see pics. their is adjustment for the ram but nowhere near compensates for much height just for different weight people. to build the floor up i was going to use closed cell foam as a thick mat, then it can be taken out as and when and give cushioning to the feet
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I've sent an enquiry to Coastal Pro's enquires e-mail
Have done that 3 times - even through their web contact page .
Never got a reply ..
Probably with all the today's available technology / medias and networking they know that I have Scotseats and ignoring my requests..
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Have done that 3 times - even through their web contact page .
Never got a reply ..
Probably with all the today's available technology / medias and networking they know that I have Scotseats and ignoring my requests..
Try yesterdays technology ,its called a phone ,and you have to speak to a stranger ,but the results can be very rewarding
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Agree but I live & work in Russia and beside that I am permanently travelling to remote areas phone calls are not as cheap to call to the UK as it is within Europe .
But the point is more - what for they publish contact forms and contact email?
Why I HAVE to call them ?
Should I beg them to sell me something ?
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Agree but I live & work in Russia and beside that I am permanently travelling to remote areas phone calls are not as cheap to call to the UK as it is within Europe .
But the point is more - what for they publish contact forms and contact email?
Why I HAVE to call them ?
Should I beg them to sell me something ?
I kinda agree with this... don't publish contact details if aren't going to respond to them. If I wasn't on here I wouldn't be aware of that fact.
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i did dan but the wing back ones better seats, the only thing is when i fitted them to the existing bases it made them 5-6 inches too high, his answer to that was fit mast steps which are crap because your in one position all the time, far better building the floor up to be honest if keeping your bases.i fitted new ali bases which worked out great see pics. their is adjustment for the ram but nowhere near compensates for much height just for different weight people. to build the floor up i was going to use closed cell foam as a thick mat, then it can be taken out as and when and give cushioning to the feet
Yeah, I remember liking your set up with the explorers Jeff, Trev Goddard had them on Baby Blue too I think. I'd need to compact version if I was going to get away with keeping my existing console and I think i'd need to offer them up to see how easy it would be to clamber over, and how they'd be positioned relative to the wheel and throttle.

I'll call them at the end of the season.
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