Replacement Old Town bow or stern web seat will fit most Old Town canoes. Some cutting is required as this is made to fit several models.
|Width:||34 in / 86.36 cm|
|Material:||Kiln dried ash|
|Natural - 34 in||WS34C-N|
|Stained - 34 in||WS34W-S|
Haven't put it in yet but looks fine. Not a lot to say. ACK did a good job with quick shipping and had the lowest price but there wasn't a lot of raw data on the seat, measurements, etc. Kind of a pain because that's need-to-know info. But pretty much none of the sites - not even the manufacturer - had much info. I guess replacement seats aren't a big deal.
Arrived promptly. However, the new seat is not of the same dimensions as the original cane (I have a 1994 Stillwater 14). The existing hole pattern does not center on the new struts. The webbing seat is also much wider than the cane seat and barely fit between the gunwales at the stern position. So, I ended up moving the cane seat from the bow to the stern, and put the new web seat in the bow, where there is more width. Of course, this was double the work (cutting and drilling) to replace just one seat.
This is a beautifully made seat, solid, well finished and high quality. I highly recommend.
Great seat that fits either the bow or stern of any canoe I've ever worked on. Good finish, webbing is just right. Looks great. The price is the best I have found.