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  • Cockpit seat pads and aluminum seat legs

    Tim Taylor <>
    Tue, Aug 28, 6:12 PM (9 days ago)
    to me
    These seat pads are from Beer Goggles, a 19.5-foot runabout that had a Mercruiser 470. They go between the sides of the boat and the doghouse. The wider pad is the seat and the narrower one is the back.

    I noted the dimensions: The seats are 22.25" wide when the hinged wooden strip is out, 20.25" wide when the wooden strip is folded, and they are 15" deep. The backs are the same 22.25" wide and are 9" tall.

    The vinyl is in awesome shape! Super soft and supple. Pretty much perfect. They're a dark brown, if you can't see well from the picture. They obviously hadn't been used or even stored on the boat. The one looks a little weird because something was laying on it when I had them stored. It's rebounded by now though.

    If you can use them, it'll cost you a half-rack of IPA (preferably Inversion IPA from Deschutes Brewery, though I'm open to alternatives if you think you have a good one!)

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    I also have a pair of aluminum leg stands for raised helm seats that can fold down when not in use. From a 19.5-foot cuddy hardtop. They are 26-3/8" tall and 11-1/2" wide.

    For the pair, it would only cost one 22-ouncer (1 pint 6 oz bottle).

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    -- Tim Taylor

    1979 Glasply 21-foot I/O Overnighter w/ 5.0L Volvo-Penta duoprop (Cardinal)
    1982 Glasply 16-foot runabout w/ 50hp Mercury OB (JV Junior)
    1978 Glasply 19-1/2 foot runabout, project boat (Beer Goggles)

    In filling out an application, where it reads, 'In case of emergency, Notify:' I put 'DOCTOR'.