Boating is an awesome pastime, but the discomfort and pain caused by the movement of the ocean can be truly debilitating. Luckily, the Seaspension® shock-absorbing boat seat pedestal effectively removes any vibrations and makes every boating experience even better.
Since we get so many questions about installation prior to ordering, our team thought it would be a good idea to quickly review how to install a boat seat pedestal to your recreational boat.
Each shock-absorbing boat seat pedestal comes with instructions that will step you through the easy installation process. Plus, our team is always available to lend a hand over the phone. However, there are two basic things you need to know prior to placing your order.
First, you need to determine whether you need a Solo, Spider, Low profile, or bench unit. Second, if you’ll be using a Solo pedestal, then you’ll need to decide if you want to retain your existing fore/aft slider or spider/slider.
If you’re planning to keep your existing solo setup, then you’ll need the following models:
If you’re not planning to keep your existing solo setup, we would suggest the Garlick/Spider Millennium 2000 model for easy installation. Also, keep these quick notes in mind:
If you want to have the most comfortable boating experience possible, our shock-absorbing boat seat pedestal will do the trick. To learn more about Seaspension® products or Parker Boat accessories, give us a call at (727) 216-9639today.