You will need spend a little time to do work to get the boat working. Bazooka instructions.
1). Throw away the back band. Replace with a back and from Jackson or anyone else. It is a torture device as is
2). Ditch the hip pads. Replace with Jackson or whatever your pref
3) glue one or two inch mini cell swatches to the hull for knees.
4). Rip out the seat assembly. Trace half inch mini cell for all contact points and glue to the hull. From front pillar back through seat. Put seat assembly back over mini cell. You need to give the boat some rigidity so the cell doesn't flex so much
5). Put in thick mini cell under front seat corners to rigidize the seat. Thick enough that they hold in place on their own when seated.
6). Zip tie and glue the hip shim pads into place
7) zip tie the foam puzzle piece under the bow pillar to the pillar. This tends to come out on its own.
. Yes you need to use cam straps on the foot assembly. Use the straps from the replaced hip pads. Knot and cutoff excess strap.
The whole idea is to get the boat to feel solid, and a single entity and not swimming around in the outfitting.
Time is money. For those with excess of the former, it's a crazy good deal! Especially if you've got access to a broken boat to swap parts.
For all glueing Use red contact cement (toxic waterproof variety) from hardware store. Get the big jar. Apply liberally and give things at least 30 seconds before you press them into place
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