Canoe Seat repair... Given a little time and simple hand tools you'll have your new canoe seats installed and be ready to hit the water. Do it now and avoid the 'Ah rats!' moment.
Go for the whole seat, not just cane replacement. Time and cost of replacing just the cane often exceeds what you'd spend on a new seat.
Replace both seats in your tandem canoe at the same time. Like headlights, when one gives out the second isn't far behind.
Remove the old seat and center it on top of the new canoe seat. Mark for
cutting and drilling. You can leave the
ruler in the drawer if the original seat fit OK.
Mark, cut and drill the bow seat first. The stern is narrower so you can recycle a faux pas to the stern.
Dab WATCO wood preservative on the exposed end grain to prolong the life of your new canoe seat.
This canoe repair won't break the budget. Check out our store for seats an mor