Swivl-Eze® 9'' Wedge Base
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- Wedge-tight fit
- Locking tab locks post to base
- Anodized finish
- For use with Swivel-Eze Pedestal and seat mounts
Engineered to provide a wedge-tight fit, the Swivl-eze 9'' Wedge Base features a precisely positioned locking tab positively locks post to base. The Wedge Base is bead blasted to ensure the satin-anodized, high-sheen finish lasts for years. Designed for use with Swivl-Eze Pedestal and seat mounts only. Requires a 3-1/4'' diameter mounting hole.
Swivl-eze® Wedge Pedestal sold separately and can be found through item search at item number 38-521-264-00
Rated 4 out of 5 by 5
Rated 4 out of 5 by RJA01 good
these are what u expect them to be and work like they should. not much else to say about them. they are lightweight and easy to install and work like they should.
February 21, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fieldman80 GOOD BASE FOR THE MONEY.
Good base for the money have one in our boat and wont turn colors on you just be shure to put some type of assembly grease on the end of the pole because if not it will get stuck in the base and will be very unpleasent to try to get out.
August 17, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Ironcrawf92 Swivl-eze® 9'' Wedge Base
Does the trick. works great and perfect fit for the swivl-eze pedistal. swivl-eze pedistal pulls out of the base fine and it has a secure fit when the pesistal is in the base. Great product.
May 12, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by CharlesD How to make a good base better
I really like this base, but to make it even better, I use a base support which is a metal ring that gets bolted underneath the floor to the pedestal base, which distributes the strain put on the base by a heavy person (like me at 289lbs). I use this base for my seats on a pontoon boat (for the power wedge pedestals).
Now it is pretty darn tough to get the pedestal out of the base, but that gives me confidence that it's not going to just come loose on rough water and send me over the edge of the boat. I put my foot against the wedge of the pedestal as I pull up on it and rock the seat, it'll come out every time. I personally don't like the pin pedestals, no confidence there as I have broken two of those in Louisiana rough waters (in the bay).
My handicapped wife loves that secure feeling too, knowing she won't be tossed from her chair.
September 13, 2007
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