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Submitted: 02-18-2004 by Bonneville

Was happy to dump this in less than a year. The plastic was soft and heavy, and about as rigid as overcooked pasta on a humid day. The outfitting was cheaper than cheap. Only the front seat adjusted fore-aft, and that was via plastic set screws on pipes, offering only marginal friction. I also found that I had to remove the footpegs prior to racking, or they would blow off in transit and be lost. The seatback adjustment was a tacky strap/buckle that was very difficult to operate while you were in the boat. Found it very hard to get my knees under the deck with my feet on the pegs. Just not well-designed. By contrast, the boat I replaced it with is lighter and rigid, both seats move and lock into position and the seats easily adjust three ways.
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