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Springfield Seat Post, Attwood 10-1008 15 Inch Pedistal on 2040-parts.com

US $20.99
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Fountain Inn, South Carolina, United States

Fountain Inn, South Carolina, United States
Condition:New other (see details) Type:Boat Seat Pedistal Manufacturer Part Number:10-1008 Brand:Attwood

ATTWOOD 10-1008 SKL SPRINGLIFT 15 IN POLISHED ALUMINUM BOAT SEAT PEDESTAL POST
New Springfield Seat Post with locking knob. I thought this would fit my boat seat bases, but did not, this item is new, never used.

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