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Old 02-10-2003, 02:37 PM
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I'm only on OSO from 8-5 monday - friday so I got no excuse
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Old 02-10-2003, 02:38 PM
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Just Once -im the same way just on HOT BOAT, but always lurking here. But a few OSO guys have made the jump so i figured i would too!
 
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Old 02-10-2003, 02:39 PM
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So do you need to be a gold member to have an avater?
 
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Old 02-10-2003, 02:47 PM
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don't think so.
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Don't give Steve& Jeff any new $$$ IDEAS...... Welcome SuperV......
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SuperV, I have seen these bolsters first hand as a frind of mind installed them in a 28Cig SS i just re-rigged for him. They are nice seats for the most part. The drop out part is a bit cheezy as its only an aluminum tube you twist...sort of a pain to do while under power but it does the job for the price you pay. I think it was Puder that put together a group buy a while back from these guys....i think it was like around $900 for the pair which aint bad for new seats.
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All a board.Well I say welcome to .I am trying to decide to have a new type of bolster made up and am not quite ready to dump the old ones quite yet but if I get off my ass maybe.My problem with dropout style is that when the bottom is droped out there is nothing to lean my butt on so I tend to lean to the right side steady my right hand on the throttel and push away from the wheel.I am still in the planning stage but I want a combo leaning post and back support that the back comes forward when I stand up and the butt support stays where it should under my butt! I can take some pics of what I have now if you thing that might be the way you want to go but they are kinda cheap with two pins that have to be pulled and is not real swift.James
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Thank you. Not a very friendly bunch around here or maybe it was the subject of the thread!No big deal...
SuperV, Hopefully you don't find this to be true as you continue on your OSO career. From what I've seen it can take a little while for someone to respond and then the reply's start flowing. I think sometime people don't want to be the first one to respond to a post.
 
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All a board.Well I say welcome to .I am trying to decide to have a new type of bolster made up and am not quite ready to dump the old ones quite yet but if I get off my ass maybe.My problem with dropout style is that when the bottom is droped out there is nothing to lean my butt on so I tend to lean to the right side steady my right hand on the throttel and push away from the wheel.I am still in the planning stage but I want a combo leaning post and back support that the back comes forward when I stand up and the butt support stays where it should under my butt! I can take some pics of what I have now if you thing that might be the way you want to go but they are kinda cheap with two pins that have to be pulled and is not real swift.James
I am very interested in your seats let me know and send me some pics. I have a lead on a side by side set where the bottom folds up to support you bum just like you need, maybe we can work out a deal!
 
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