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  1. #11
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    Default 2007 XLV swivel seat addition

    Pat. How big was the plate?


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    Quote Originally Posted by jmvotto View Post
    Pat. How big was the plate?
    I can't remember exactly but it was within a few millimeters of what you see in this thread:

    http://www.moomba.com/msgboard/showt...t=swivel+plate

    This is pretty much the thread I copied:

    http://www.moomba.com/msgboard/showt...t=swivel+plate
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    So I got it installed yesterday and here are a few crappy pictures from the cell phone. This is what I ended up buying. http://www.go2marine.com/product/674...FYk-Mgod6WoAVg

    I took the seat and hardware off, and the new plate that screws into the bottom of the seat fits perfectly without any modifications. All I had to do was screw in the 6 screws to mount the plate to the seat. Just took them off the old plate and reused them. Then I just had to decide how far forward, back, left and right I wanted the seat and mark on the fiberglass where I needed to drill the new holes for the base to mount to. Went to Home Depot and got the right size screw and nuts and mounted it up. The only other thing I did was to take the old (angel iron?) off the old swivel and move it to the new one. I put this under the back of the base to lift up the back of the seat a little like it was on the old set up. Overall it was very easy and it is a million times more solid. It slides and turns very smoothly. the only think I need to look at to see if I can improve on is the knob you turn to loosen the forward and aft sliding is tough to get to. It is under the seat on the right. I need to look and see if I can make it longer or something so it is easy to get to.

    the first picture is the old swivel that was there. The next two are with the base and whole unit mounted to the seat.
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    these are just the pictures from the side, rear and front of seat. It raised up the seat about an inch and a half total over the old one.
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    Scott, looks good, does the unit seperate into two pieces?
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    yea, the two pieces just slide apart which makes it really ease for installation. Just loosen the knob for sliding and they separate.
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    Default 2007 XLV swivel seat addition

    Does the factory seat mount have the forward tilt
    Built into it? It seems like this set up could easily buckle


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