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Whip
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Glad you got Zach down there and he brought home the bacon.
I like the additional height on the new model. How does the adapter kit work for the old ones? Did you convert yours?

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Mudd
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I found two different numbers for David and neither one worked.

Please help!

Thank you!

God bless,Mudd

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Whip,
Zach loved it down there. I think he explored the entire property...young legs. He didn't want to come back to Aiken...but Mom prevailed [Smile]

To change the seat...the leg height adaptor is an inner and outer sleeve. Just cut the rubber cap off, slide in place, and glue on. To lower the seat, drill out rivets, drop seat 1 1/2 inch, and re-rivet. It's amazing how much more comfortable the seat is especially on your hamstring area that hangs over the seat.

Mudd...sent you a PM

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Cool pocs! LOVE MY PACSEAT! When I take it to soccer games with the daughter I get funny looks and I let folks sit in it and they are amazed how comfy it is.

J

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The Pacseat is fantastic! I've had my two for a few years. My have to try the mod or maybe I'll just by another one! :0)
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David has a few new items he is thinking of adding to the seat. I'm not at liberty to divulge what they might be...but if you are a Turkey hunter or Hog hunter you will definitely like these!

I can't tell you how much fun I had talking & hunting with David...a real Southern Gentleman!

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Hello Jeff ,i tried to send you a p.m. for the phone number for david ,,but the computer wouldn't let me send it???? Thanks gib
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This thread made me homesick for the Paradise and old friends! especially those 2!

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Joey,
At 71, I feel like a kid in the candy store being a new member at the Paradise!

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Gib sent you a PM

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Hawkeye
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quote:
Originally posted by tippit:
...To lower the seat, drill out rivets, drop seat 1 1/2 inch, and re-rivet. It's amazing how much more comfortable the seat is especially on your hamstring area that hangs over the seat.

Jeff, is this right, or do you mean RAISE the seat by 1 1/2 inches to match the extra length you just added to the front legs?

I am just getting ready to do this, and wondered if I am thinking incorrectly.

Also, I was planning to drill out the two old rivets, and reuse one of the two holes (top one?) as I re-position my bracket. This will give me just over an inch change rather than the full 1 1/2 like the front legs, but require only one new hole in the frame. Figured that was good from both a strength and accuracy standpoint. Thoughts, anyone?

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Daryl Harding
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You know if you guys were short like me you wouldn't have to worry about all these changes. The seat is the perfect height. [Big Grin]
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Daryl,
I did say raised in my original explanation...but you better call David first being my hearing is so poor. PM'd you his phone # incase you don't have it...Jeff

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I see this as a perfect 'how to' to add to the forum here if someone get's with David and takes photo's. I've got a new version (based on the pictures Tippit posted) and have used it for the last few years. It's an incredible seat and well worth the money.

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