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In the market for cockpit cushions, looking for feedback on which is better?
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No difference I can see. Make your choice on price and service.
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I''ve been very happy with C-cushions. Nice people. Sometimes you can get a discount if you catch them at a boat show.
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Just a suggestion, consider single folding seats of which there a few really goods ones on the market instead of full cushion sets. You only use the number you need, and the storage is far easier. Lastly, they can be used anywhere on the deck and have backs that support themselves.
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