Pappy came up to day. Our plan was to get him a new boat seat and a new trolling motor. While I was outside waiting on his arrival I started tinkering with my trolling motor. I cut the positive terminal wire off and restriped it. The wire was smokey looking and corroded. I did the same to the negative the negative side. Reattached them. The motor seemed to want to go. I pulled the prop and noticed I needed to replace the sear pin. I had fashioned one out of a nail as a quick fix once before. Any way I kept fiddling with it a got it running as good as new. I saved $175.00 wow. Dad finally arrived and we went out looking for a stronger boat chair. We found a double molded boat seat with cushions for $100. This would have been great, but the seat was so small it would have been uncomfortable for Pappy's size. He was sitting on a pedestal garden patio chair while I was going thru the used seat inventory at the marina. Pappy said why wouldn't something like this work. We left without a seat and went to Big Lots to look at Patio furniture. Then I said I had an idea, we went to Office Max. We looked at computer chairs. That's what we decided on. We can use it in the house like I'm doing right now, and in the boat. The chair fits perfectly ahead of the middle seat which will allow Pappy to easily turn left and right and spin his legs so he is facing thoughs directions instead of twisting at the waist. The casters fit inside the grooves. If it appears to be a problem we can add a piece of 3/4 inch plywood in the bottom of the boat and remove the casters and bolt it down. I am sure it might require special attention for transporting but at $60.00 bucks its a quick, cheap and comfortable fix. The only problem I see is him falling asleep to easy.