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Valv

Crestliner and Triton boat seats, fuel tanks..

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I have several Crestliner and Triton seats.

All new or almost with a small imperfection (nothing serious)

They are mostly current or slightly older models. Triton are bass boat seat console assembly.

Prices from $ 50 to $ 125 depending on model and type

Triton setups $ 250

SEATS

Also I have several boat fuel tanks, all new, including fittings and sending unit.

Size 24 gallons V shape $ 50.00

Size 27 gallons $ 50.00

Size 43 gallons $ 50.00

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valv, could you email pics of the various crestliner seats you have along with prices?

djschlagel1976@yahoo.com

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How much for 2 crestliner seats and how can I get a hold of you?

Click on EMAIL word on my signature, I do have many seats but they are going fast

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Guys, I don't want to seem pushy but I have a dealer that wants to buy the whole lot, no price discussion. I would suggest coming over this evening and get as many as you can, they will be gone tomorrow.

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Val you have mail. Would that 1 big captains chair fit my Lund Explorer? If so Im interested.

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Steve the captains chair will fit, but one it's $ 400, the other has no armrests, $ 300

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Valv,

Looking for a coupkle of seats for a Crrestling Fish Hawk 1750 what do you have?

Iceseeker

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I have many, what yours look like ?

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hey valve i would take the butt seat iff still available. tried to send you a pm but says not available. shoot me a e-mail so we can figure out payment sheidbrid616@yahoo.com

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valv, if you still have the white crestliner ergonomic, Id take it. shhot me an email on the price, bfd7165@comcast.net

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Valv,

I just got back from Alaska and saw your ad. Do you have any of the Crestliner ergonomic seats for $85.00 left?

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Sorry I was in vacation for a week.

I still have the ergonomic white

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and a set of regular 4 (below) for $ 85.00 each

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Valv,

Is that a set of four tan ergonomic Crestliner seats and one white.

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It's backwards.

I only have a white ergonomic for $ 120 and a set of 4 non ergonomic for $ 85 each, discounted to $ 75 each of you buy all 4.

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Valv,

Are the four non ergonomic seats Tan Crestliner seats?

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Yes they are Crestliner seats, branded on back

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Valv,

Assuming the four non-ergonomic seats are tan, we may be able to put a deal together. Do you get up to the Twin Cities often. I hate to pay $10.00 per seat or more to ship them. I work in New Hope ( near Maple Grove)do you get any where near here in your regular travels?

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I don't come often up there much. I would suggest coming over and check them out quickly, they are going fast and I don't have many left. Shipping will be much more than $ 10.00 each seat

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Fuel tank prices have been reduced, add a new one to your boat, these are TOUGH to find and very expensive to buy. Get it now and remodel your boat next winter, I don't get these very often.

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Hello Valv,

Where abouts in Lonsdale are you? I live in the Willow Creek Heights area. I am interested in some seats. Is there a way that I can swing by to see what you have?

Thanks, Brent

612 490 0325

507 744 3328

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Brent, no problem at all, call me at 612 756 0149 and will give you directions or email and I will send a link

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Do you have any Triton seats left? I am looking for 2 bucket seats and the small center seat.

Thanks, Lorren

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