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Garelick Boat Seat Swivel Slide 22000 | Eez-In Millennium 2 7/8 Inch

Boat part number 1066732 is a new Eez-In Millenium Series seat swivel and slide Smooth Series from Garelick, model number 22000 .
made for Custom Applications
$119.95 MSRP: $161.93
GLS Stock #: 1066732-GC545
Only 6 left
Boat part number 1066732 is a new Eez-In Millennium Series seat swivel and slide Smooth Series from Garelick, model number 22000 .

Features per manufacturer:
  • Low profile design allows 360° of rotation and 6" of smooth, wobble-free fore and aft travel
  • Heavy duty anodized aluminum slide plate has standard 5"x12" hole pattern to accommodate standard seat mounting holes
  • Positive Lock Spider – rotates 360°, internal cup engages in 10° increments for positive stop lock (Secondary twist control offers variable drag adj. and can be tightened to lock in place)
  • Meets ABYC-H31, Type A Standards & Garelick performance standards
  • Powder coated finish
Note: Contains minor scuffs and scratches, due to storage and handling.

Specifications:
  • Part Manufacturer: Garelick
  • Series: Millennium / Smooth Series
  • Model Number: 22000
  • Meets ABYC-H31, Type A Standards
  • Material: Heavy Duty Andoized Aluminum
  • Overall Dimensions: 14" L x 13 1/2" x 4 1/4"
  • Post Size: 2 7/8" OD
  • Mounting Pattern: 5" x 12" Slotted, Fore and Aft travel 6" (15cm)
  • Swivel: High tensile aluminum 2 7/8" (7cm) diameter, plastic internal cup. All stainless hardware.

Sold as seen in pictures. Customers please note every computer shows colors differently. All measurements are approximate.

Instruction / installation manual not included.

Hardware not included.

Product Questions

Is part 22000 a ABYC-H31 Type AO for a helm seat or AN for a passenger seat?


Question by: roger boese on Oct 13, 2022, 8:16 AM
Hi Roger,

Oops - that would help. It Meets ABYC-H31, Type A Standards, and we will get that in the ad.

Gene
Answer by: Admin on Oct 13, 2022, 8:47 AM
Hello,
My post is smooth, can this ribbed type of bushing on this slide work on my post?
Or does the post need to be changed?
Question by: Scott McDonnell on Feb 22, 2021, 6:09 PM
Hi Scott,

Yes, it will work with a smooth post - it doesn't need to be ribbed.

Gene
Answer by: Gene Warmuth on Feb 23, 2021, 11:04 AM