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billh1963 posted 06-03-2005 09:38 AM ET (US)   Profile for billh1963   Send Email to billh1963  
My recently acquired Outrage 21 is missing the cooler and seat pad. It looks like I can get a replacement through boatersworld but I don't know what size I need. Can anyone provide that information?


rtk posted 06-03-2005 10:01 AM ET (US)     Profile for rtk  Send Email to rtk     
My 1997 21 Outrage came with a 72 quart Igloo. I believe that was standard, the cushion is a Whaler cushion that fits the 72 quart.

I replaced it with a Marine Igloo 94 quart (I think) last year, it fits very well there. I purchased the Igloo cushion that fits the 94 quart. Not the greatest cushion, but serves the purpose. I think there is even enough room up there to put a 128 quart, I am going to look into that.

The original shock cords that were on the boat stretched enough to secure the cooler.

I saw the pictures of your boat on the other thread, looks like you found a real nice one. Good luck with it, I really like mine.


billh1963 posted 06-08-2005 08:15 AM ET (US)     Profile for billh1963  Send Email to billh1963     
Thanks, Rich! I'm checking into Boater's World, West Marine, etc. to find a replacement.


lin posted 06-09-2005 08:34 AM ET (US)     Profile for lin  Send Email to lin     
Earlier this year I replaced the 72q in my Montauk with a 94 quart-- if West and BoatersWorld are your shopping options, BW was much cheaper. I actually took the internet web page from BW into West and they honored the price. I ordered a cushion from Halls, which turned out great.

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