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Old 04 March 2005, 17:28   #41
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This is the xxl version. I got the smaller model seats ( Compact ) and only
7,5 m with RIB. But, hey, you got to start somewhere
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Old 05 March 2005, 05:26   #42
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Hi

This is how your boat looks like with the ullman seats at the moment?
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Old 05 March 2005, 11:21   #43
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Looking good !

When will it ( they ) be finished ?

Do you have a close-up pic of the console ?
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These look a bit familiar Rib Roy, guess this is how yours will look when installed
interesting rib, got any more pics of that console, maybe inside etc
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Old 05 March 2005, 17:35   #45
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Here is a drawing of the console and some more pics!
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The Goldfish way of seating. This is from their new 29', spottet at the Norwegian Boat Show yesterday.


Searafting : Your console looks very good, to bad you got the old style pods for Ullman seat. Think the new design mathces your console !


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The Goldfish way of seating. This is from their new 29', spottet at the Norwegian Boat Show yesterday.


Searafting : Your console looks very good, to bad you got the old style pods for Ullman seat. Think the new design mathces your console !


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Hum, 16 to 18 st banging in to the back of one of those & the same holding on to the back, just wonder how long they will stay fixed to the deck?

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Old 09 March 2005, 10:03   #48
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Check out this video of a zodiac with those seats in.

http://php.ullmans.com/?id=0

Amazin boat and amazin seats
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Old 09 March 2005, 17:19   #49
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Interesting thread this, for what its worth I think the spring set up makes sense the way it is. There is a lot of talk about the boat moving up etc, but my way of thinking is that when the boat falls off a wave for example the crew are falling with it and when it lands you would then compress the seat spring by your mass. If the pivot was the other way round you would then be thrown forwards off the seat....I think
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Old 12 March 2005, 04:57   #50
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Ribroy,

we will have the new style Ullman jockey seats.
and we hope that the boat is ready for delivery 23-24 this month.

will post pics when boat is finished.
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