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    Anyone found a good inexpensive sliding seat base?
    I want to use it on a basic boat seat that is mounted on a storage box.
    I already have the swivel, so dont need that but would like to slide the seat back a few inches for those times when standing up. The seat is right at the back of the legs and can be annoying.
    I have found some that looked ok online, however they are in the 100 plus range and I cant hold it in my hands to inspect........
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    I have a great one, slides and swivals all directions and locks of course. Sorry but it will cost you the hundred, Overton's has them. My orginal bracket only slid forward and backwards, I wanted to turn the seat to face my table when achored playing cards with the crowd. The orginal forward/backward one is about and inch high or so, the forward/backward/swival will raise that another half to an inch. The quality and strength is great, remember the height change!

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    I bought two from Cabelas several years ago and did not pay over $50 for them. They work great
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    Akgramps,

    I sent you a PM. I have one I took off my Osprey if you're interested.

    Ken

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