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pedastal seat hole diameter

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I am going fishing next week with a buddy and I need to make up a quick removable planer board mast for his dad's 1660 prov tiller.

I was hoping to place it in the front pedastal seat hole and need to know the diamter and depth of the pedastal seat mounting hole on a Lund.

If anyone can run out to their Lund and measure this, it would be great.

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Craig
hans1159@yahoo.com

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Craig,
I'm at home and don't happen to have a Lund here, but when I get back to the shop I will check that out for you and if nobody else has posted an answer yet, I will shoot you a line with the measurements.

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Well, Craig, I have some good news and some bad news. The bad news is that we don't have (in Minnesota of all places) any Lunds currently in our shop or our storage shed. Anybody need pedestal seat hole measurements for an Alumacraft, Larson, etc? grin.gif So if anybody out there does have a Lund and can post the measurements, that would still be the best way to go. But I do have some measurements for you. If your buddy or his dad can tell you the style of the seats then here are the dimentions.

1. The most commonly used base is the Taperlock. It has a tapered, black plastic end on the pedestal, with a little black tab for quick release. The bottom of the hole is 2-3/8 diameter, the top of the hole is 2-5/8, and the depth is 2-1/4".

2. There is also a straight tube design without the black tab. This is 2-3/8 wide by 3-1/4" deep.

3. There is also a base with a raised tube cast into it so that there is no recess into the floor. The inside diameter of the tube is 2-1/2" and the tube extends 6 inches up from the floor.

Sorry I didn't have a more definite answer but I hope this helps.

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