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As standard this seat comes set in the middle position and can be set 12 mm (½″) forward or backward by the paddler depending on their needs. On either side of the seat there are two bolts. If these are taken out the seat can be moved forward or backward. Replace the bolts once adjusted.

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  • Equipment needed: Seat, adjustable plastic side parts and four bolts, backrest, foam seat pad, Allen key set, acetone, tape measure, cloths, spatula, mixing board, heavy weight (small bag of sand), adequate safety equipment, ITW Plexus MA300 glue / methacrylate SS 605 glue.

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  • Place the foam pad loose on the hull of the boat
  • Twist the seat and place it on top of the foam pad
  • Line up the centreline of the seat with the centreline of the boat

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Equipment needed: Hand router, acetone, adequate safety equipment, 40 grit sandpaper, marker pen, masking tape, tape measure, kayak stands, cloths.

  • Remove all accessories (backrest etc.), also remove foam blocks that are behind stem of seat

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Quantities: Keel strip for a 17 ft 6 inch kayak: 500 grams of gel with 5% pigment, 5% styrene wax. Add the same volume of glass bubbles with 6 cc of catalyst.

  • A 2 inch (50 mm) diolen tape should be used
  • Stick a two inch (50mm) masking tape strip along the length of the keel. With a one inch strip either side of the two inch tape

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To fit the footrests in a boat, first work out where you want to fit them. On the outside of the boat, mark where you want the closest bolt to go through the hull. Place a bit of masking tape over the spot to steady the drill and using the correct bit size for the bolt drill through.

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