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  • businessgetmoney
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    Plus on that canvas shop. You will not find a better deal, send her ypu hull id number. She has all the factory templates. She quoted me $750 to do my entire top side on my bayliner...

    realize that would be 3-4k anywhere else

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  • HueyCrew
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    My 2655 DID have "hidden screws" that required trim or panel removal inside to expose some screws before removing the "U" lounge seat...rather what was left of it and most had a blob of silicon to help seal them off which one should remove all traces of and install fresh blobs at every screw at install time. Another suggestion since it will be removed anyway would be to wipe clean the newly uncovered Gel Coat and apply a coat of wax. Later on down the waterway when water gets splashed and creeps under the seats it will bead up and motion should help remove it quicker...always a good thing!

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  • krm5651
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    Thank you. Did you have to take out the ceiling underneath below in the cabin area to get at the screws?

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    I have a 2003 305 and I have replaced most of the cockpit seating. My seats were screwed down and also glued. You have to remove the screws (of course) and then try and pry of seats off. I didn't have any problem but you have to be careful. I bought the skins for the seats from Canvas Plus. They are in Arlington Washington I believe. Phone# 360 435 0932. Great prices and the seats were perfect.

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  • krm5651
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    Seat reupholstering-gctid827636

    Hi Everyone! I am new to this site so just trying to find my way around. I have a 1994 3055 and need help with removing the cockpit seating to have redone over the winter. Any ideas? Thanks
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