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    More than likely after next weekend the boat will be winterized. And Can start doing the things I want to the boat. On the list is new seats what I would like to know is what are your opinions on seats produced by a company named Wise. Any input will be greatly appreciated!
    Skipper Sean
    1984 Galaxy Conquest Cuddy
    Model 199 I/O Mercruiser 470

    Get on it!!! Until something snaps

    Ride it, Run it, Race it, Repair it >>>> REPEAT

  • #2
    I have used them on several occasions. They seem fine.

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    • #3
      For what the new seats cost it isn't worth fixing the old ones!
      Skipper Sean
      1984 Galaxy Conquest Cuddy
      Model 199 I/O Mercruiser 470

      Get on it!!! Until something snaps

      Ride it, Run it, Race it, Repair it >>>> REPEAT

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      • #4
        Have Wise back-to-backs on the old tri-hull, and a Wise swingback on the center console. Can't complain about either.
        San Diego, CA "The 619"

        "Nemo" (since Jul 2004): 1978 StarCraft 15' TriStar, 1978-88 "FrankenMotor" Mercury 70
        Unnamed (since Dec 2016): 2000 Sea Hunt Triton 172 CC, 2014 Mercury OptiMax 125

        "It's always easier to ask forgiveness than permission" -Colin Powell, et.al.

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        • #5
          Just put them in my to pontoon, seem just fine. As with any brand, you have to maintain them, clean properly.
          If ya can't fix it with a hammer,ya got yourself an electrical problem.

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          • #6
            I put a set of Wise back-to-back lounge seats in my last boat and loved them. Plus, they were 1/2 the price of reupholstering the old ones.
            SDSeville
            1998 Maxum 2700 SCR
            1986 19' Sea Ray Seville BR (restored 2011) -- SOLD 2016
            http://forums.iboats.com/showthread.php?t=380371
            Merc 470 -- Speedi-sleeves, Breezeworks alternator conversion, 4" heat exchanger, Electric fuel pump

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            • #7
              Another satisfied Wise customer. Good seats at a good price and made in the USA.
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              • #8
                Thanks for all the input everyone. I figure it is going to cost me about 625-650 bucks to have all new seats for next year. Which is way cheaper than getting them redone. Plus I am going to reconfigure the rear seating anyhow the get a little more room in the boat.
                Skipper Sean
                1984 Galaxy Conquest Cuddy
                Model 199 I/O Mercruiser 470

                Get on it!!! Until something snaps

                Ride it, Run it, Race it, Repair it >>>> REPEAT

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                • #9
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                  I have picked up Wise seats at Walmart here. Nothing wrong with them and that are a heck of lot less expensive than basically the same seats at a Marine dealer. A dealer here wanted over a 100 bucks each and the Wise seats I picked up for an inflatable I had were 50 bucks each. 220 pound capacity.
                  Experience is a lifetime of mistakes, wisdom is not making them again.

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