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Springfield 16 Inch Fixed Height Aluminum Boat Seat Pedestal Post / Base on 2040-parts.com

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Merritt Island, Florida, United States

Merritt Island, Florida, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Type:SEAT PEDESTAL POST manufacturer:Springfield Marine Brand:Springfield Marine Part Brand:Springfield Marine Manufacturer Part Number:GLS:1053122 Item_Condition:New other (see details) Color:Silver country_of_manufacture:United States Country/Region of Manufacture:United States Part Type:SEAT PEDESTAL POST MPN:GLS:1053122 Accessories & Gear Type:SEAT PEDESTAL POST



Springfield 16 inch fixed height aluminum boat seat pedestal.  9 inch base with 6 holes 4 inches apart.  2 1/4 inch opening  NEW IN BOX. 

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