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12"

  • $84.99

  • SKU: 712034

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15"

  • $94.99

  • SKU: 712035

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Heavy-duty, 9" brushed-finish aluminum base. Features a 2-3/8" post and Quad-Action™ swivel.

  • Heavy-duty aluminum base
  • Brushed finish
  • Quad-Action swivel
Explorer Pedestals 4.8 5 5 5
It's good Performs as you would expect, no problems at all... June 22, 2010
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Item number 38-540-318-00 has a height of 12" and item number 38-540-320-00 has a height of 15".
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Sorry, that should be 12" and 15" not 13".
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There is not an extension available for this pedestal, however, this model is available in a 13" and 15" height.
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3/4 in I used my base seat swivel
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There is 6-bolt pattern on the 9-inch base.
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The 6-bolt pattern on the 9-inch base is easy to install, but I'd be wary of using it on a one-man pontoon boat as the height (13 inches) along with the height of the seat would most likely result in poor stability
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