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Looking for an adjustable butt seat pole and seat. Prefer red or gray, but at this point that’s not to important. Anywhere close to Springfield. 
 

also a rear fishing seat. 

TinBoats BassClub.  An aluminum only bass club. If interested in info send me a PM. 

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I get them in on trade deals all the time, but there are 1500 different pedestal/base/seat mount configurations......so they just end up in a giant pile that I have to weed-eat around.    To hell

Heck no snagged. I just couldn't think of any more washer material. So I went another direction.

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8 minutes ago, snagged in outlet 3 said:

I bet @fishinwrenchcan help you😁

I can't get them any cheaper than he can order them himself.   

Seats and pedastals are the first things I throw away when I get a new boat.    I can't sit down and fish, and nobody wants to see me dancing with a pole on the front of any boat.  

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I get them in on trade deals all the time, but there are 1500 different pedestal/base/seat mount configurations......so they just end up in a giant pile that I have to weed-eat around.   

To hell with it. They go to the aluminum recycling center 3 times per year.   I'm not running a dang salvage yard around here.   

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How do you keep one from creaking?  I've tried every kind of oil and grease there is.  The fitting in the boat is brass and the washer on the pole is steel.  Don't say get rid of it either.  80 pound thrust in heavy current on a lightweight boat and this thing darts around pretty quick sometimes.  

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24 minutes ago, snagged in outlet 3 said:

How do you keep one from creaking?  I've tried every kind of oil and grease there is.  The fitting in the boat is brass and the washer on the pole is steel.  Don't say get rid of it either.  80 pound thrust in heavy current on a lightweight boat and this thing darts around pretty quick sometimes.  

Maybe a rubber gasket would work.

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13 hours ago, fishinwrench said:

I can't get them any cheaper than he can order them himself.   

Seats and pedastals are the first things I throw away when I get a new boat.    I can't sit down and fish, and nobody wants to see me dancing with a pole on the front of any boat.  

Ummm, i might. 😳

TinBoats BassClub.  An aluminum only bass club. If interested in info send me a PM. 

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12 hours ago, J.M. said:

I have a pole It came on my boat but I never used in also have a ranger rear seat that I never used I live near Rogersville.

That would be awesome. Rear seat is for when the better 1/2 wants to go. I will PM my number. You can text or call anytime. 

TinBoats BassClub.  An aluminum only bass club. If interested in info send me a PM. 

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