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lilwalter

custom boat seats

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Anyone aware of a company in Mpls area that make custom boat seats? Time to replace mine and I'm not impressed with the mass produced seats at the big box stores and I think the boat manufacturer is asking too much $$$ for the quality of theirs. Any suggestions appreciated...

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I wish, all the parts for mine would be very spendy for what I saw at gander and I need 2 seats w/ the hardware.

I think Fleet may be the best bet but anyone else have info?

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I am in the same boat as you, I have been looking. Im not impressed with the big box store ones, to cheaply made. Dealer ones to high in price. I have been drooling on some new ones from overtons, but them arent any cheaper, but they do have some really nice seats.

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There is a place just east of Rodgers that makes boat seats

for different boat mfg's.They have a show room full of differant styles.Not sure if I can give the name out or not.

If I am breaking the rules, sorry.

Good luck

Dan

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