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    Where can I buy the front fishing chairs for my fundeck 201?

    I bought a 2010 Fundeck 201 2nd hand 3 months ago, it has "holes" for 2 fishing chairs in the front.  Can someone suggest where I can buy replacement chairs for this boat?


    • Capt_SteveCapt_Steve Member Posts: 418 admin
      @koklchong ... if you want all the upholstery to match, you can order directly through your local dealer. Otherwise, there are plenty of aftermarket options from, or
    • callforbidscallforbids North Fort Myers, FLMember Posts: 60 ✭✭
      I would try in New Paris, INdiana
    • cjjjdeckcjjjdeck Northern NJMember, Moderator Posts: 1,254 ✭✭✭✭
      I have two factory installed pedestal fishing seats mounted on my boat.  There were two styles offered, standard and deluxe, I chose the deluxe version (see attached pics).  Both are manufactured by Veada as "callforbids" states.  Unless you prefer a lower back style fishing seat, the deluxe version is much more comfortable and I'm really glad I opted for them.

      If the bases on your boat are like the ones I have on mine, they are manufactured by Springfield Marine.  The pedestals just slide into the bases and don't have a locking mechanism.  The seat base locks to the top of the pedestal and has a release lever to allow it to swivel and lock in a number of positions.  These products are available through your dealer or from a number of marine and sporting good suppliers (Veada might offer this style too but they don't show them on their website).  I've posted some pictures for reference.Here's their website:

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