Originally Posted by Iraft
Take the bolts out of the seat bar that go through the fittings and replace them with the quick release pins that you see through the speed rail type fittings. Then you can just pull the pins and rotate your seat out of the way. I had the same problem your'e having. It works. Just bring extras because if you lose one while at camp then you could run into issues!
Where can I pick these up? I'm hitting the road today, so I can't order anything. Probably driving from NC to WV then toward ID/WA.
Thanks for the tips.
Right now I have two bays up front for the cooler and drybox. I shifted the oarlocks back, but I also shifted the frame forward a few inches. The net result is that the oars will be about 10 inches behind center.
But I might like to put it back if there was a quick and easy solution for moving the seat bar around.