Springfield Spring-Lock™ Posts, Bases, and Seat Mount

   

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13

13"

G. Post

7

7"x7"

F. Seat Mount

15.5

15.5"

B. Post

25

25"

C. Post

7

7"-7"

D. Square Base

9

9"

E. Round Base

Create your own Hi-Lo unit. Interchanges with standard 1.77" posts and bases.
Posts require a seat mount to attach to a boat seat and a base to attach to the floor.
Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Rotating Offset This post is definately strong and rigid. It gives me the additional leg room I was seeking and makes operating my foot controlled trolling motor more comfortable. My only complaint is that it has a tendency to rotate in the post sleeve. Therefore, my offset may not be to the front of the deck, but off to one side or the rear. I wish the post and sleeve were keyed to prevent this rotation. December 19, 2013
Rated 3 out of 5 by springfield offset post a little dissapointed,the post i ordered didn't come with the plastic swivel cap,which mine was cracked and the picture was a little decieving,looked every where on the computer and no luck.This keeps the seat from rocking September 8, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 Should be redesigned The base seems sturdy enough, but you need to drill a 4" hole in the seat to make it fit flush. A little redesign would allow a smaller hole to be drilled. I would have returned the bases, but I really needed to fix my boat August 20, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by GREAT BUY WORKED GREAT MOVED ME BACK SO IT WAS EASY TO OPERATE THE FOOT CONTROL OF THE TROLLING MOTOR WHILE SETTING DOWN AND FISHING. June 1, 2013
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2 years, 8 months ago
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Most bass boats are made for this post but there are a lot of boats that require a small pin post. you need to see which one you have
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Fits: standard 1.77" pin
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seat base #38 540 29200

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will a post 1 11/16 " fit this base and how deep is it
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The base fits a 1.77" Diameter post
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I believe it's a 1.77 inch.
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The Spring-Lock Post 38-540-284-00, 38-540-286-00, 38-540-288-00.
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Yes, it should work.
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The pin is 3/4" but it does have a bushing over it to fit into the spring lock post and bases only.
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hi i was just wondering if all floor bases need 3 inches below deck or they make them shorter needing less than 3 inches below the deck?
2 years, 11 months ago
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Base requires a 4.000" Hole in Deck
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need swivel mount for seat
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Only if it is an offset pedestal. The straight ones come with the swivel base installed on the power rise models. The S shaped models do not have the seat base attached but Bass Pro can supply them as well.
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not that ive been able to find
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how strong?

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I weigh 300 lbs will the offset post hold me ?
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I had mine a little over a year and had it totally collaspe with me last Sunday. The bend was right above the first curve. I wt 280 lbs and 6'2". Almost threw me overboard and slammed me to the deck hard. I was sitting the hook on a really big bass. Might be good for light weights. Mine does not show a WEIGHT LIMIT. Big boys be careful
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have been up to to 230 and mine on my ould boat was in good shape after about 8 yrs
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iam 280 it holds me fine
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have mine on 96 ranger. locking pin mounts should fit if right diameter
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As long as it has the Spring Lock base instead of the 3/4 pin. Ranger has used these spring lock style bases for years. Hope that helps.
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