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Robert V posted 09-25-2008 08:17 AM ET (US)   Profile for Robert V   Send Email to Robert V  
I wanted to relay a the good experience I had with Flounder Pounder Marine ( Ken had some aft seats for my 170 Montauk that I saw on his website. I called/emailed and he sent some pics of scuffs and one slight blemish on the bottom, no big deal. He did'nt have the mounting hardware, so he found some close by and did'nt charge anything extra. Shipping was a very reasonable $25.00, no handling fee. When the seats arrived, they were exactly as he represented and were shipped out the day I ordered them. I would recommend anyone looking for misc. parts to check out his site, lots of stuff for whalers and other models. Just wanted to pass along a good experience...

Robert V
Williamsburg, VA

frontier posted 09-25-2008 10:31 AM ET (US)     Profile for frontier  Send Email to frontier     
I agree.
Ken's customer service is among the best.
4whaler posted 09-25-2008 05:56 PM ET (US)     Profile for 4whaler  Send Email to 4whaler     
Yep, I spend a lot of money with Ken at Flounder Pounder every time I go down to Cocoa to visit my Mom. He has the back half of a bld. in the Port of Canaveral area. You can see his place as you drive into Cocoa Beach along US1A. Lots of stuff priced great, I always get some king starboard from him, he sells it by the pound. Problem is he does most of his business thru the internet and he is now only open to the public on Mondays, Wednesday and Friday. He also usually closes during holiday periods which is usually when I'm down there so I have to call him to see just when he is going to be open. You never know what he has in stock as he buys from the boat manufactures in pallet lots. The next best place is SurplusUnlimited in Daytona Beach just past the race track. Its more retail shop oriented but they have a back lot with little warehouse behind the store that has a lot of neat stuff especially railing, teak, bimini tops, console rails, and cushions. They are north of the Boston Whaler plant and Flounder Pounder is South....

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