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    Default rear bench seat or rear split seats?

    What would you rather have in a sanger superjet? Just had my two front shells re upholstered and now Im ready to do the rears. What do you like better and Y?

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    I have to stock layout in my SJ .

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    Bench looks cooler.
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    Your passengers will like the bench better
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    I will eventually end up with buckets an a rear forward facing bench. I just like the layout better


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    There are trade offs each way.
    Our Miller had "lounge" seating and I went to a rear bench and 2 new front buckets.

    I have the rear seat mounted, and with it as far back as I dare put it, and the front buckets as close to the dash as is safe and still comfortable it leaves about a foot of floor from the front of the bench to the rear of the front buckets.

    It looks cramped on the trailer, but as it is usually just my wife and I in the boat I think we will like it better than the lounge seating.
    It DEFINITELY looks better with the bench, no doubt about it.
    Here is a couple pics with the bench in.
    I dont have any pics yet with the fronts installed.


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