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rkpolaris

lost boat seat swivel bushing

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rkpolaris

Hi, yesterday my cousin thought it would be funny to pretend to throw my boat seat overboard, while doing this the black plastic bushing flew out. Is there anything I can use without buying a new one?

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jeffreyd

have your cousin buy a new one??

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rkpolaris

I wish, he has no job

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Northlander

Just go to the boat shop and get a new one. Or you can call Jay Soderbloom and he may be able to order you one.

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TooTallTom

I wish, he has no job

Does he still have a place in your boat?

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Wish-I-Were-Fishn

I hope he never borrows your rod!

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Raider4ever

Use his intestines as lubricant.

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rkpolaris

Ok, got him to pay up, those dang bushings are $15!

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TooTallTom

Good deal. Still inconvenient, but at least he owned up for his actions.

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SkunkedAgain
I wish, he has no job
Sure he does, his job was to get you $15 for a new bushing. Glad to see that you're creating jobs for the economy!

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