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    WANTED: Bridge seating for 3270

    One of the previous owners of my 1986 3270 replaced the wrap around bridge seating with plywood boxes that have pads attached to the top. I have looked at pontoon furniture but it all seems too wide and tall for the spaces that are available. Does anybody have or know of a 32XX that they are parting out? Specifically I am looking for the port and starboard seating units that are on each side of the center helm seat. The starboard side has a 90 degree bend that follows the stainless bridge railing. Port side also turns 90 degrees but that leg is much shorter. Anybody?
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    Keith
    1986 3270, twin 110 Hinos
    Olympia, WA

    #2
    The pontoon furniture from Overton is a no foul return. Other simple option ist to work with what you’ve got & do a padded coaming trim as a backrest. Anything salvaged is going to be rotted and more costly to retrieve or ship than its worth.
    I used the pontoon furniture on my 4588 flybridge to replace original rotted plywood bases. Easy great outcome. There’s a good thread on the subject.

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      #3
      One of my winter projects is to rebuild mine. I won't start for a few months but I'd be happy to draw up some plans once I start deconstructing mine.

      Paul
      US Army (Retired), Federal Way, WA

      1990 Bayliner 3288 - the "Janna Lea"
      MMSI: 338181912

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        #4
        Thanks for the responses! Would love to see some plans in the future if you decide to draw some up.

        Keith
        Keith
        1986 3270, twin 110 Hinos
        Olympia, WA

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