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Proud to introduce our NEW STANDARD TACKLE CENTER AND LEANING POST!!!!

Old 11-28-2012, 01:01 PM
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Default Proud to introduce our NEW STANDARD TACKLE CENTER AND LEANING POST!!!!

This is our new standard tackle center and leaning post!

Pricing is to follow!
For other inquiries call 631-920-5868 or 800-806-6479
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Old 11-30-2012, 07:21 AM
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looks nice! - you should weld rod holders to the backrest, then bring the box all the way up to the bottome of the seat...
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I agree
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I would love any suggestions that you may have to make it better.

My one question is the space in the middle, would you keep that open for storage or put the pull out trays there? Is there something else you would suggest?
Old 11-30-2012, 02:47 PM
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Originally Posted by iwhitevt View Post
looks nice! - you should weld rod holders to the backrest, then bring the box all the way up to the bottome of the seat...
Agree with this. You can never have enough tackle storage space. Putting them down low like that just seems like a waste of space.;?
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Angela,
Just replied to your other post but I'll chime in here too. I for one don't need rod holders at all. The way my T-Top is set up I probably couldn't get rods in the leaning post any way. This is not a flaw in my T-Top just personal preference. That said, I agree with other posters here, put the rod holders on the backrest and add more storage. I for one would love to see a rigging table on the console and would remove the backrest altogether. Just my two cents.
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Never can have too much storage.
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is the tackle storage incorperated into the leaning post or is it removable? Just wondering because I'm looking for a nice tackle center I can install on my boat w/o buying a new leaning post
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Originally Posted by Apnatic View Post
is the tackle storage incorperated into the leaning post or is it removable? Just wondering because I'm looking for a nice tackle center I can install on my boat w/o buying a new leaning post
It is removable.

Thank you for all the suggestions. I will keep the middle open for storage.
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I forgot to mention there are 5 rod holders behind the seat. If you remove the backrest you have two more rod holders. Below are photos with some fishing poles so you can get an idea (Don't judge us by our old ugly poles! They were all I could find in the shop)

Measurements are as follows:

29 1/2 X 17" X 20" high
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Pricing is as follows

It would be $795 for Just the leaning post with the rod holders as seen above.
The tackle center/ cabinet is $1295.00
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Originally Posted by not_just_a_pretty_face View Post
Pricing is as follows

It would be $795 for Just the leaning post with the rod holders as seen above.
The tackle center/ cabinet is $1295.00
That is pretty reasonable
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Thank you, Keep in mind, even though we are calling it a "standard" each unit is custom built. If there were certain things that you wanted to tweek that may be possible.
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do you have the dimensions for the tackle center?
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It is 20 X 29 1/2 X 17 deep
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here are a few more pics I took this morning of the seat.
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Can you remake a sliding door?
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Originally Posted by 34pro View Post
Can you remake a sliding door?
Sure, can you send a photo? Do you have the old piece? We would need you to send us the old piece or see a photo before we could properly give you an estimate but yes we do them.
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Re posting at request so someone could find it easier.
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Is this only 30" wide? That is awesome. Been looking for something for my 21 footer with some storage. Hard to find a LP with that much storage for a small boat.

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