The Swivl-Eze® Lock'N Pin Pedestal allows the user to remove seat and put on base plate for a low position, allowing power pedestal to store easily. Aluminum with satin finish. Fits all 3/4" pin-type bases. Seat mount and base not included.
Lock’N Pin Base sold separately and can be found through item search at item number 38-528-218-00 (standard) or 38-528-220-00 (threaded).
Lock’N Pin Seat Mount sold separately and can be found through item search at item number 38-528-216-00
Rated 2 out of 5 Too expensive for the money
OK product at first, yet I I had this product less than two years before the hydraulics no longer worked.
February 10, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by JRHC Not for Saltwater Use ...
"This product will work great "until" it is exposed to a saltwater enviroment for any length of time.
As other s/w reviewers have stated - if you leave your boat in the water, or fish alot, & don't take the pedestals inside & spray down the base pin & the interior cylinder post - rust, corrosion, & the unit locking up will be the result.
I have 2 chairs on my rear casting deck of my Bay Boat & I've been through 3 sets of 2 of the Swivl-Eze Power Post & Adjustable Seat Mounts, and all 6 have ended up in the dumpster - I should have stopped at the 1st set.
This is the type of product that should be well marked - "Not for use in Saltwater"."
May 23, 2008
Rated 3 out of 5 by eastenfish Perfect Pedestal, Quality Needs Improvement
I love this pedestal. It works perfect with my lean seat. Being able to adjust the height allows me to stay comfortable all day on the water. However, after 2 years of use I did have one pedestal that wouldn't hold it's hydraulics anymore. Not sure if the fluid leaked or what. Took it to BPS for an exchange with no problems. Don't know if I just got unlucky or if all of them will mess up over time.
May 14, 2008
Rated 3 out of 5 by DoRight Swivel EZE LockN Pin Pedestal
You have to be careful not to let pedestal sit up after use without lubricating. If moisture gets into inner cavity it will rust and seize. Even worse if using around saltwater. The price may be a bit high for the product
November 9, 2006
I'm confused by the threaded or standard model. I have a Swivl-Eze that twist in to the base to secure. My seat just drops into my current pedestal; no twisting, but I'm looking for an adjustable model to change seat height. Thanks.
The threaded model drops into the hole on your deck, you screw in to tighten it so it will not pull out. The top is where you put your pin seat on and it has a locking screw to tighten down the seat . The lever is to raise or lower your height, hydrolic gas pressure.