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Octane EXCEL XS800 Seating

I'm thinking about purchasing 2 rows of the Octane EXCEL XS800 seats. Has anyone tried these and can tell me your experience?

Also, where can I get a cheap riser for the 2nd row rather than building one? The ones I've seen run around $1400.

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I'm thinking about purchasing 2 rows of the Octane EXCEL XS800 seats. Has anyone tried these and can tell me your experience?

Also, where can I get a cheap riser for the 2nd row rather than building one? The ones I've seen run around $1400.

Thanks!
Bumping a bit older thread.. @scottjwoodford did you get these?

I am thinking of a row as well.

Also: I'm not the most handy guy, but I built a quality riser, tossed carpet on it...and I spent less than 175 bucks. Wasn't hard.

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Bumping a bit older thread.. @scottjwoodford did you get these?

I am thinking of a row as well.

Also: I'm not the most handy guy, but I built a quality riser, tossed carpet on it...and I spent less than 175 bucks. Wasn't hard.
No I actually ended up getting the Bolt xs400. They are the smallest chairs I could find width wise and I had some constraints in my room. Let me tell you they are awesome! Very comfortable, and really nice build quality. I have been super happy.

I believe HTMarket sells a riser so check their site. There are also a few others I've seen online just can't remember where.
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Any riser you can buy online and have shipped can't be beefy enough by my standards.
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Any riser you can buy online and have shipped can't be beefy enough by my standards.
We ship risers all the time, it's well done, it's not shipped assembled but in parts to assemble on site.

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