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The Chemist

Sno Boat Explorer

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I put mine together this weekend and noticed that between the grommets there are gaps between them. Have I done somthing wrong in the installation?

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pull the canvas over the back edge of the sled and install hardware from underneath. I did the same thing at first. good luck.

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I ended up doing that same thing. Those directions are pretty bad and I had to read through them about 10 times to figure out how to correctly attach the tent to the sled.
Pictures weren't any help either.
On a positive note: the sled it awesome, weight next to nothing and is very sturdy.

Did anyone else have extra washers and bolts left over after putting it together? Mykhal said he did also.

Thanks,
A

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I was short 6 washers. There wasn't anything extra in mine.

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Craig and myself had 4 of the large washers left over. They could go behind the seat support rods but no need. We also had one extra small washer and one nut. Can't beat the price on that house! I can't wait to try it out this weekend.

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What is the silver bar underneath the seat for? And also the plugs attached to the seat? Is that for a different application.

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Yes it is for something else,..not sure exactly but some application where the seats slide on a different setup.

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Another plus, if you ever want you decide to upgrade to the (black) guide seats someday you can. They slide side to side as well asfront to back. Also the guide travel cover will fit your house perfectly.

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What is a good price for a guide cover?

[This message has been edited by The Chemist (edited 03-03-2003).]

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Chem, I saw them at Gander for 29.95 on sale at one time I believe. Regular 39.95. USL sells them for 44.95. Right now USL is sold out. If you find one at a retailer please let me know.

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I'll be stopping @ GM tonight on my way home, so let me know if you want one. If they have them I can pick it up and you can get it this weekend if you're going to be up there.

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Call me if you find the covers,..I may want one also.

612-251-5462

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