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Old 04-04-2024, 04:23 AM   #1
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Default 4600 SCB Helm Seat adjustment?

Hello,
I just bought a 1999 4600 SCB, and the flybridge seat (dual seat) is supposed to be adjustable. I can see some sort of mechanism under the seat, but have no idea on how to raise it.

I tried pulling straight up but the seat doesn't want to move and I don't want to break it.

Any advice will be very helpful.

Thanks!!
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Old 04-04-2024, 02:26 PM   #2
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A height adjustable dual seat? My assumption is that, it would slide forward/backward.
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Old 04-16-2024, 03:56 PM   #3
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Thank you Shrew, you are correct. It slides fore and aft, not up and down. Moving the seat forward does not improve my sightline enough. I need to devise a way to raise the seat so I can see over the windshield.
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I took a different approach and added a cushion. These are the best throwable cushions around (link below). I got two and keep them at the helm as a bolster and back rest. Also work great for sitting on the swim platform/bow, etc. I bought them over 5 years ago and they still look new and they meet the “throwable” requirement.

https://defender.com/en_us/jim-buoy-...QAvD_BwE#76=14

There’s also another product called bolster buddy that may be worth looking into.
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That seat only adjusts forward or backward. IF you are handy with a saw, a wrench, and a screwdriver, unscrew the mounting bolts (Nuts are in the compartment under the seat.) Buy a 2x4 stud and cut it into to 4 pieces 2 inches longer than the bolt hole spacing for each mount. If you want to raise the seat 1.5 inches use one piece on each mount and Use 2 on each for 3 inches. Drill bolt hole in the wood to match the mounts and pick up 4 longer bolts and remount. I'm 6'3" and raised my seat permanently by 3" for less than $20. Also have room under the seat for the binos, searchlight, manuals, etc,
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