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Old 25 October 2006, 17:06   #21
Country: USA
Town: Anchorage
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Length: 5m +
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Trying vs cost

Even if you get withing half of the range of the comfort they provide, it will only cost you 1/10 of buying their product.. Rediculous prices..

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Old 25 October 2006, 17:51   #22
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You could always strap a motorbike frame to the deck!!!

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Old 25 October 2006, 19:01   #23
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Originally Posted by Jimmy_Beam View Post
Anyone that has one of these send me pics of the baseplate, the shock mounts and the pivot and the seat bottom and back. I have just learned how to weld aluminum and would like to give a homemade one a shot.



I am going to drink now as it is my friday night and time to have a good time.. Damnit!!! Should't have put the boat away so early!
There were two extra shock seats available for my boat when I bought it which I did not purchase, the original owner is in California, the seats are probably on the west coast, if anyone might be interested I could inquire...

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