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    how much would something like this cost to have done? but obviously made to fit my boat. (the ones in the pic are just too narrow)



    ive tried calling around and asking for a quote but most are asking to see it in person before even a ballpark answer can be made. i just want 2 buckets, and a bench across the back. i already have new carpet/plywood/resin'ed floor in but id need the boxes/frames made for everything. anyone who has had it done u dont have to say where (i totaly understand not quoting someone elses work) but just a ballpark for what you paid would be great. am i lookin at 1500-2k?

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    This isnt the best pic but I believe its close to what you are thinking of. I paid around $650 but did all the carpentry myself for the bench, I think it took about half a day - and thats what I do for a living. The buckets are from my other boat.
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    kaotyk, I build custom aluminum seats for boats give me a call 714 615-0644 bob

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    Quote Originally Posted by zacho! View Post
    This isnt the best pic but I believe its close to what you are thinking of. I paid around $650 but did all the carpentry myself for the bench, I think it took about half a day - and thats what I do for a living. The buckets are from my other boat.
    yeh i could prolly make the bench myself. how crazy did you get with it? id really like to put some kinda storage under the seat... id just hate to invest a bunch of time and money into something and take it to get upholstered and they cant use it or something doesnt fit.

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    I know that West Coast Marine Interiors does excellent work and I think you can get the bench and two buckets for your budget .. Cheek out their web site at
    WWW.WestCoastMarineinteriors.com

    thats were we got ours done this year and it was way more than we expected !!! loved it ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ka0tyk View Post
    yeh i could prolly make the bench myself. how crazy did you get with it? id really like to put some kinda storage under the seat... id just hate to invest a bunch of time and money into something and take it to get upholstered and they cant use it or something doesnt fit.
    not very. It just had to be built around the tanks and mount to different height stringers, I made an aluminum angle/plate bracket that took care of that prob.

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    I built my interior a couple years ago and had my girlfriend sew it....Just make sure you allow room for foam. You want a firm fit as it will give after time. Nothing like showing up at the river with a seat cushion missing.
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    got my interior today... i love it. grey tweed and white marine vinyl.


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    Looks great! What did it end up costing you, and how much of it did you do beforehand?

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    How did You anchor the seats to the boat, did You attatch them to the sides, if so how did You do it.....Hal

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    Quote Originally Posted by slim pickens View Post
    Looks great! What did it end up costing you, and how much of it did you do beforehand?
    i pulled back my carpet and i glassed down a set of seat bases to the hull.



    in the 4 corners i used a set of corner brackets screwed into the bases both to brace them (i used fiberglass mat on the entire bases too, they are VERY strong) and then i drilled thru the seats into the brackets and used bolts and big thick washers to bolt the seats to the bases thru the brackets.


    this way they wont come loose like a screw and i can remove them if needed. ive tugged on em like crazy and they dont budge and the whole trailer shakes. i guess so far so good.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ka0tyk View Post
    got my interior today... i love it. grey tweed and white marine vinyl.

    I am rebuilding a interior like yours right now, what can you do to get rid of the gap between the seatback and the hull? any ideas?
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    Throw a piece of plywood up there with the seat frames in place and scribe the contour, cut it out, and fasten to the seat. When they upholster it, it'll just look like a thick seat back and it will fit nicely
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