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SLIDES & SWIVELS
TRAC-LOCK SERIES
SWIVELS
SLIDES
410-00210	1100021-1	2-7/8"	Non-Locking
410-00211	1100021-L1	2-7/8"	Locking
The Trac-Lock is one of the most popular swivels available. Functional, dependable and easy to use. Used by itself or combined with any of the Trac-Lock slides, the Trac-Lock swivel is a great value.
• High-strength aluminum with powder coated finish • 2-3/8" or 2-7/8" post mount (see chart) with bushing for snug fit • Rotates 360° • Available as locking or non-Locking (see chart) • Adds 3/4" height to the pedestal
ORDER NO.
110-00310
110-00311
Mfr. No.
1100031-1
1100031-L1
Post Dia.
2-3/8"
2-3/8"
Description/Class
Non-Locking
Locking
AP
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AP
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Trac-Lock slide units combine the Trac-Lock swivel and all its great features with the sturdy function and handsome details of the Trac-Lock slides to offer a wide selection of versatile, full-function slide/swivel units that are easy to use.
• Trac-Lock swivel • Available as either locking or non-locking (see chart) • Centrally located locking handles • Large 7-1/4" x 13" seat mounting platform • Travels 5-1/4" forward and backward on self-lubricating pads • Adds 1-1/4" height to the pedestal
ORDER NO.
110-05310
110-05311
110-05210
110-05211
Mfr. No.
1100531-1
1100531-L1
1100521-1
1100521-L1
Post Dia.
2-3/8"
2-3/8"
2-7/8"
2-7/8"
Description/Class
Non-Locking
Locking
Non-Locking
Locking
AP
AD
AP
AD
UNIVERSAL TRAC-LOCK SLIDE
• Large 7-1/4" x 13" x 2" high, 0-degree platform • High-strength aluminum • Travels 4-1/2" forward and backward
ORDER NO. 110-03000
Mfr. No. 1100300
SOCKET COVER
• Plastic base socket cover keeps socket clear when not in use
• Fits any Thread-LockTM base
ORDER NO. 210-00920
Mfr. No. 2100092
CLASSIFICATIONS
A Few Notes about ABYC and H-31... The American Boat and Yacht Council has recommended seating standards for the marine industry. These standards help classify pedestal applications into two separate categories. These are: CLASS A Seat designed for occupancy while the boat is under way at any speed. CLASS B Seat designed for occupancy only at boat speeds not exceeding five miles per hour.
Within each of these classifications all pedestals must pass a series of tests, (horizontal and vertical impacts, torque and static load test). There are also two types of Class A seats. Those are:
CLASS A PASSENGER
Seat mount must resist 30 foot pounds of torque.
CLASS A DRIVER
Seat Mount must incorporate a “mechanical interference lock” and resist 150 foot pounds of torque.
A
B
AP
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THREAD-LOCKTM SERIES
Top View
Bottom View
For more information see: www.springfieldgrp.com
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