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Old 04-16-2004, 03:59 PM
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Old 04-16-2004, 04:42 PM
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those look like there out of a space shuttle.
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and if they sell new for 18,000 each, im in the WRONG business
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Yea... stidds are nice.
My dad has one (not the one pic'd though) on his boat.
The ones pictured are usually for military use.
STIDD SYSTEMS

They are made in LI, NY.
Their seats are used in pilot houses of yachts, and on bridges of high end sport fishers.
They have a ton of ajustments and are built like tanks.
And of course, very comfortable.
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those seats look like the ones used in the CALLAN marine boat.
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...they probably need a valve job every 50 hours
 
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Now that's some trick hardware, I love that kind of stuff!

I had no idea anyone was producing such high end bolsters like that...guess I live a sheltered life.

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Coast Guard butt pucker marks are included!
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