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Old 18 June 2018, 05:05   #1
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Removable seat pods?

Where can you get removable seat bases . Anyone got experience of such systems that allow them to be removed and replaced easily?
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Old 18 June 2018, 06:31   #2
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threaded inserts into the deck and stainless bolts to hold the seat remove the bolts and remove the seat
https://technifast.co.uk/blind-self-tapping-inserts-stb
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Old 18 June 2018, 08:03   #3
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Yearrrrrsssss.......ago I made these below, a bit naff but might give you ideas?!:

Some 'occasional' extra seats for the Searider
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I got a stainless steel plate with blinded bolts made up a few years ago. I installed it as per this link

Deck Matrix

It has worked very well for me as I have the following options

1) Open rear deck
2) Single Jockey seat,
3) Double jockey seat
4) Bench seat
5) Bottle rack

There is a fair bit of work in it though

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Another option is to install deck rails and you can slide seats in and out and change position as much as you want.

Scotseats sell a system but it isn't cheap, maybe old bus system would be worth looking at?

Failing that, deck inserts are worth a look as you can seal them up relatively easy (I would epoxy them in flush) and will provide a glued and mechanical bond. You better be sure your deck is solid before going this route and I would use maybe 8-10 fasteners per single jockey seat.
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Deck inserts

I have some custom made deck inserts with a blind internal M6 threaded hole, pm me if you are interested and I can send a picture with measurements.
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