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|
This is a beautifully made seat, solid, well finished and high quality. I highly recommend.
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.
Used the old seats as a template, cut to fit and drilled. Worked perfectly.
The price was right on these seats. Cheapest I could fine online. The webbing is only stapled on these seats, but I assume they all are like that. I did add more staples as the staples that were used looked small. The old cane seats were rotted through is why I replaced them. I just removed the old seats and placed ontop of the new as a template. Just mark were to cut and drill.. So if you need new seats on the cheap these are the ones. I was going to recane the old ones but that looked like a PITA to do.. Note this is a 13-3 old town discovery. I submitted pictures of the canoe and seat installed... Thanks Mike Howell NJ