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Thread: #2 NEW Bucket seats.

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member getrdunn's Avatar
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    #2 NEW Bucket seats.

    Bought these for my 32 project that went south. These are very nice and will throw in two ss grab handles that are ready to bolt in seat back. Seat backs removable so easy install. 350.00 each. Buyer pays shipping. The other seat is still in box it was shipped in. These are a very nice feel sitting in them. Very secure and solid feel.
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    Cross threading is much better than loctite.

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    Do the seats "drop down?" .....very nice looking a reasonably priced!
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    1976 - 27' Magnum Sport

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    No they don't. I had them made permanent and solid. It was during the time when docs were going to amputate my leg so I didn't see bolsters as a real good fit for me at the time plus all the years boating I would find myself sitting more than standing. I had built seat bases fo my subs. Things change. Lol

    Tk for asking though.
    Cross threading is much better than loctite.

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    Platinum Member Platinum Member scippy's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by getrdunn View Post
    No they don't. I had them made permanent and solid. It was during the time when docs were going to amputate my leg so I didn't see bolsters as a real good fit for me at the time plus all the years boating I would find myself sitting more than standing. I had built seat bases fo my subs. Things change. Lol

    Tk for asking though.
    Wow...didn't realize about your unfortunate close call............hoping your in a better physical place today and ttt on a very nice pair of seats
    1976 - 27' Magnum Sport

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    Quote Originally Posted by scippy View Post
    Wow...didn't realize about your unfortunate close call............hoping your in a better physical place today and ttt on a very nice pair of seats
    Man, I ditto that. All this brings you back to reality!

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    Ttt
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    Cross threading is much better than loctite.

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    Did these ever sell?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Craney View Post
    Did these ever sell?
    I still have two however just need to ck with tom who I bought my boat from to see if he needs for a project. He mentioned them but then we kind of dropped it. Nice seats. Never used or anchored to anything.
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    Cross threading is much better than loctite.


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