Triumph Boat Seats

wilram

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The news is correct. Come end of November, Larson will not make anymore Triumphs. I believe the goal is to find a buyer for the brand. The warranty will still be valid, so lets not worry about that. Regardless, Merritt Marine will still be heavily invested in the Triumph Brand and ALL Triumph Owners. We have over the past couple of years contacted the manufactures that make certain Triumph related parts and are setup with them to make sure our customers can always get parts. As for Merritt Marine, we are disappointed but not concerned. We have picked up several different lines and doing great with them, especially the Outcast Skiffs. Because of customers likes you guys, we are Proud to say we are Triumphs First Dealer and Their Largest, and we will always be ready to assist in any questions or parts. Hope you guys have a great day.
Chad / Carl: I have just purchased a 2007 215 CC and last week was welcomed aboard by NCangler, with whom I have been communicating through the initial conversation. I indicated that of all the Triumph boats I have been tracking since April, my boat exhibits an unusual high amount of staining and yellowing on the bow and stern seats, and certain sections of the coaming bolsters. Possibly from condensation trapped when the boat was covered off season. FYI, i purchased the boat via FaceTime, Videos and Close Up Pictures. Randy, indicated your capabilities, particularly if after taking possession of the boat, i wish to restore or replace; in addition to other replacement parts. I am providing some pictures for your review. Kindly advise at your convenience, and i am certain we will be in touch in the future.
 

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Dave_L1

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Much of that can be cleaned and they come up white again, just need the correct chemical ;)


That same chemical will also work wonders on the bilge and entire hull...

And we have another section just for these types of topics located here:


And I will move these last two postings into the detailing section denoted above, just as soon as I have a chance for it is a much better fit "there" than here :cool:

Hope this helps?
Dave
 

wilram

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Dave, it is a pleasure to make your acquaintance; and thank your for your oversight, reply, direction and knowing where and moving all related posts to a single thread. Most helpful. this is another example of the outstanding, exemplary and timely support you the Administrators provide. I am not able to find how a post can be shared in order that NCangler, who has been extremely helpful, via conversation and since his welcome, may also see this reply to your offered suggestions. Take care. Kind Regards, Bill
 

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Most Welcome Bill!
Brother Randy will see it (trust me) since him and I have burned a lot of midnight oil for quite a few years working on this puppy ;)

This thread here will also help you in getting it all clean:


Enjoy, and we are all here to help!
Dave
 

wilram

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Much appreciated, and as in addition to our horses, we were proud owners of an Alaskan Malamute, and American German Shepard; therefore, I look forward to being a part of your dog pack. It is patently clear of the tremendous benefit your website, YOU and RANDY provide. It’s time for my weekly upgrade to LIFETIME, as a testament to both YOUR efforts. Later
 

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I recently used that same mildew cleaner on my ditch bag. Worked perfectly and did not damage the finish or color of the bag.
 

wilram

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I recently used that same mildew cleaner on my ditch bag. Worked perfectly and did not damage the finish or color of the bag.
Appreciate much your reply and feedback to a dated post that may have no benefit to other than myself. I am please to correspond w/ Offshoreman and 235 Forum Leader.

In appreciation, so you come to better know me, as I set out on this website and community see below just sent to NCangler and Putershark:

Gents,

Now that I support your good efforts in a proper way I feel better in accepting your kind greeting. To-date, I haven't laid eyes on my boat, nor been to our NC residence since we purchased it last August. Can't wait to pick the boat up at the Chesapeake VA Marina; and make our final move to NC, once our Horse Property is sold. To give you both insight my wife, a former realtor, sought out and found a modest Equestrian and Boating community. My Avatar is the relevant part of the entrance way sign.

Briefly , as explained in my introduction, my wife saw the effects the Ocean at Moorehead City had on me, when visiting in 2013 pre-deployment, our youngest daughter stationed at MCAS- Cherry Point, along with her knowing my total enjoyment of the NJ, CT and RI coast, Also, in 2002 the decision was between our prized Dutch Warmblood and a Boat.. Until I actually begin my Boating adventures and have something to contribute...Kind Regards and Over and Out. Bill
 
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