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  Posted by: old_user on Sep-28-12 9:15 PM (EST)

I guess I think it'd be a good idea to try the seat 4 inches off center as you said Peter. That way there should still be enough room for me to sit in the bow seat backwards if I try soloing in the center seat and don't like it. For now I think I'll just take the yoke off (2 screws) when attempting soloing and hold off on the removable hardware until I'm sure the center seat works for me, returning the hardware if not. With the seat off center I can still use the yoke (backwards) when needed.
I think my daughter will get a kick out of having her own seat so even if I decide it's not for me I'm not out much (35 bucks). Then I'll just flip the yoke and install it permanently as before.
I appreciate the placement guideline.

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