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Old 06-23-2012, 03:10 PM   #1
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Does anyone know if the seats for a 2007 Bayliner runabout will fit a 1994 maxum runabout??
I have been trying for weeks to find out and nobody can tell me.
This is really causing me to bang my head against the wall.
I know that many Bayliner parts are the same but I can not seem to find the info
that I need.
I will be very greatful for any help.
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Old 06-23-2012, 10:59 PM   #2
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welcome to the zoo...you posted this one on the maintenance forum...so..since it really wasn't maintenance related..I moved it to the general forum where it will be seen more........
as for your question..I have no idea if it will fit...best thing to do is pull one and take measurements ..then go to your local bayliner parts guy and ask if he can pull up the spec sheets on the 2 and compare....


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Thanks for the help with the post.
Only problem I have is the nearest Bayliner dealer to me is more than an hour away.
I called them and they really didnt seem to want to help me since I am not buying
seats from them.
Trying to get this info has been the biggest headache, I just can not belive that
it would be this hard to find out something like this.
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contact this guy....he's out here in washington state and I've known him for many yrs....

425-885-2628 and ask for Jim Mcgarrity


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Thanks I will let you kmow what happens.
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With 13 years difference as well as different makes? Doubtful. Call and see what hey say about replacements.
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Exactly which seats are you asking about? Helm? Folding lounge? Rear?
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folding lounge, I can get both sides for about 500. Just cant seem to find any replacements that look good.
Wise brand seem to be the only aftermarket seats out there.
The only differance between the bayliner seats and my current seats is that the bayliners are
molded plastic frames and bottoms. I just dont knowif my current mounts will work
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just wanted to say thanks for the advice.
I ended up buying Wise brand seats
They wre a little more money but they are very ,very nice.
The pattern and stitching match the seats that came out and the seat bottoms and
backs are molded plastic so no more rotten seats.
Again Thanks everyone
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Nice!!! And thanks for the report out. Feel free to toss up some picks.
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