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  • Driver seat slider

    Hey there
    im currently looking for the driver seat slider for a 1999 master craft xstar (205 v)
    its a 2 track system with a lever to release.


    im also looking for the tilt stearing set up

    please let me know what you know !!

    thanks

  • #2
    I've bought two of those sliders, one from a MC dealer in FL, another from Midwest Mastercraft in Minneapolis. They were about $40.

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    • #3
      Different boat, but I used this on my 88. Link. It's been about a year since the install, but everything went smoothly. I think I had to buy longer mounting bolts, but a quick trip to the hardware store solved that. Not stainless, but for $40, I wasn't too worried.
      I no longer own the boat, so I can't take any pictures.
      G

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      • #4
        DOuble Double

        I just purchased the Drive Seat Track for my 197. They where rusted terrible .

        On the new one Had to cut off bolts, besides that perfect match.

        [url]http://www.waterskis.com/searchresults.asp?Submit=Go&Search=driver+seat[/url

        Also ask Deb, she may have something.]

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        • #5
          I just replaced mine, they were rusted so bad the rust had stained the carpet. I used universal car seat sliders which bolted up to all the existing holes on the mounts and seat. The only thing I had to do was place a few stainless washers between the mounting brackets and the sliders as the rivets on the slide handle mechanism needed to clear the mounting bracket. I know this is a UK link but I bet over there you have more choice of suppliers.

          http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/NEW-UNIVER...EAAMXQWzNSmym4

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          • #6
            I got this for my 1996 Prostar.

            http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS-Performan...70220/10002/-1

            It was an exact fit.I just knocked out the studs on each end of the bottom slider and used the same hardware to mount. No drilling needed.

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            • #7
              Originally posted by Blackhawk36 View Post
              I got this for my 1996 Prostar.

              http://www.jegs.com/i/JEGS-Performan...70220/10002/-1

              It was an exact fit.I just knocked out the studs on each end of the bottom slider and used the same hardware to mount. No drilling needed.
              Dang it, the stole my money

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