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  1. I was having trouble removing my leaning post seat , in order to re-upholster the cushion. I tried to research the method of removal, and came up empty. This past weekend, I went to the boat and figured it out! Underneath the seat, there is a plastic weather strip that goes around the entire seating console. You must remove this strip, and it will expose screws that hold the seat to the livewell console. After you remove those screws, the entire seating section lifts up and allows you to gain access to the seating screws. It was all very easy! By the way, it also allows you to access the fuel tank pick up tube if needed. Just thought I would pass it along, in case anyone else was trying to figure it out!!!! Brian
  2. Members 0 2 posts Boat Type: 2006 Robalo R240 Report post I was having trouble removing my leaning post seat , in order to re-upholster the cushion. I tried to research the method of removal, and came up empty. This past weekend, I went to the boat and figured it out! Underneath the seat, there is a plastic weather strip that goes around the entire seating console. You must remove this strip, and it will expose screws that hold the seat to the livewell console. After you remove those screws, the entire seating section lifts up and allows you to gain access to the seating screws. It was all very easy! By the way, it also allows you to access the fuel tank pick up tube if needed. Just thought I would pass it along, in case anyone else was trying to figure it out!!!! Brian
  3. I just bought a 2007 R240. Took it out Saturday and noticed that the T-Top (hard top) looked to be moving on the post. The front two mounts from the top down have bolts in them, but the just turn. They go through a round cap of some sort and then go inside the post from the top of the T-Top. I cant see what they are supposed to attach to, but Im guessing there is some sort of flange inside or something. I called the local robalo service dept and he had no clue what it mounts to. I called the Robalo number and left a msg. No answer there from Robin Keller. Her voice mail says if its a parts question to call a local service dept and that the call will not be returned by her. So Im hoping I explained it to her in a way that she will return the call. Not holding my breath. Any one ever remove their T-Top and know how to fix this. The Boat ran in the Gulf great this weekend, did seem to be slow..only getting 21 mph at 4000 rpm. I have to do more checking to see what this should be. Thanks for the help
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