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Lippert Components enters replacement pontoon furniture market

Lippert Components Inc. said it is introducing a full line of premium replacement pontoon furniture for the marine aftermarket channel.

LCI said its pontoon furniture has a modern monochromatic design and multiple density foam packs, and it features vinyl that is designed to resist mold, mildew and UV rays; aluminum and stainless hardware; storage areas beneath seats; and polyethylene rotationally molded frames.

The assortment includes 17 items, including benches, corners, helm stations, chaises, cup holders and a variety of seats available in dove grey and beige.

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