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bbutler241 posted 08-25-2001 08:57 PM ET (US)   Profile for bbutler241   Send Email to bbutler241  
I have an 87 13' Sport. I raised the rear seat by putting it on top of the side rails. This gives me about 3 more inches of room ubder the rear seat. But now I beat up my shins on the steering wheel. I have seen photos on this site that shows the console on a 13'Super Sport or on the 40th Anniversary boat. Does anyone have the plans for the SuperSport console or the 40th Anniversary console. I also like the idea of getting the steering wheel more vertical. If no one has the plans, does anyone have the dimensions. I and my shins would apreciate any help.
acseatsri posted 08-25-2001 10:22 PM ET (US)     Profile for acseatsri  Send Email to acseatsri     
You might want to check my old console out. It even gave me some storage.

http://cgi.ebay.com/aw-cgi/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1177577884

gnrgunner posted 08-26-2001 02:49 PM ET (US)     Profile for gnrgunner  Send Email to gnrgunner     
I needed to replace the console on my 1983 sport and e-mailed whaler. They told me that all wood blueprints were given away. Also, if you buy or build a SS console, you will need to replace the starboard side board.
bdolnik posted 08-28-2001 09:41 AM ET (US)     Profile for bdolnik  Send Email to bdolnik     
I was at a surplus store the other day and they had 6 of these in the back all lined up on a shelf. They were done in a very nice looking shiny varnish. I'm not sure if they were factory excess or something, or someone's knock off. They looked nice though.

I actually bought two of the side rails for my 88 13 foot at $20 a piece.

Wagon1 posted 08-28-2001 07:55 PM ET (US)     Profile for Wagon1  Send Email to Wagon1     
I was in the same boat (so to speak). When I restored my 72 I wanted to make a bit more storage. I made a "blank" out of cheap pine that I had in my shop. I made some adjustments until I got what I liked. Then bought the mahagony and re-did all the wood on the boat. Once I get this photopoint thing figured out I will add some more pics. (side rails and new power have been added since this pic)
Regards,
Mike
http://albums.photopoint.com/j/ViewPhoto?u=1722006&a=13238605&p=50275633&f=0
Rose posted 09-05-2001 09:13 AM ET (US)     Profile for Rose  Send Email to Rose     
I'm also in the same boat "so to speak" I just bought my first boat a 72 13' boston Whaler this July. We had a lovely summer but would love to have a back made for the rear seat. I would like to do something in mahogoney because the boat so sweet I don't really want to muck her up...Do you have any suggestions? I live on Peconic Bay, Long Island.
Bigshot posted 09-05-2001 11:01 AM ET (US)     Profile for Bigshot  Send Email to Bigshot     
look for or buy directly what is called their "wrap around" railing. Has a back rest built in and has lower side rails. If you already have side rails, I would build something else. If no rails, this is sweet and is factory.
gnrgunner posted 09-05-2001 11:36 AM ET (US)     Profile for gnrgunner  Send Email to gnrgunner     
Try CMI Marine in Hingham, MA. They the OEM if Boston Whaler Boats and carry that wrap around seatback railing that Bigshot described. I believe the price is around $590 which seems a little pricey to me, but they are factory like BS said. Don't know if it comes w/wood for the seatback. Look back in previous discussions in the OEM Forum for their phone #.
70_Katama posted 09-05-2001 03:06 PM ET (US)     Profile for 70_Katama  Send Email to 70_Katama     
CMI
781-740-1260

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