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FLOAT TUBE FISHING FORUM » Float Tubes, Pontoons and Related Equipment Discussions » Float Tube and Pontoon Tips, Tricks and Mods » swivel seat + raised seat colorado pontoon

swivel seat + raised seat colorado pontoon

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1 swivel seat + raised seat colorado pontoon on Tue May 05, 2015 7:00 pm

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It has been raining a lot here, so I started working on my seat.

I was not sure how I was going to do this before I started. This is for those who my wife calls visually challenged (myself included) Parts I purchased for the mod:

swivel for boat seat walmart $9.17
4 3" long 1/4 bolts threaded
4 washers for above
green treated 2x4 cut to fit .20 cents/foot eco store

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I can take more detailed pics before I put it together if anyone is interested.

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That looks like it will work great, and I am the cost dam that is great when I get into a pontoon I will try the samething.


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Simple , functional, and affordable!!
Thanks for sharing this.


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It wasn't my idea, I got it from reading the mod threads. I was influenced by catman1979's modification journal (thanks again catman). There are a lot of good ideas posted here. Hope it helps someone.

I want to mention that for this mod, the seat comes with 4 studs, you have to unscrew the studs, and put 4 screws from the swivel to the seat bottom. Then you can proceed with the rest.

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