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Old 10 October 2006, 10:30   #1
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Anyone know where I can get Oar Holders as shown below for about £5 each in the Southampton/Portsmouth area. I need eight of them.
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No. But....Henshaws do em. I ordered 2 and they cost me about £30 with next day delivery.
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Tim,

Thanks for the info, £30 is a lot for them. Paid £4 each last time I bought them at a boat jumble. I'm hoping someone has seen them in a shop all forgotten and unloved. Saves me driving around Southampton looking for them.

Henshaws is £7.94 each plus postage.
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You'd need to screw them to the hull rather than the tubes but Quick Fists would do the same job? £12 a pair.
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Do you want ones to stick on the tubes, or holders to fix to the deck?

You can get velcro straps that have a screw-on attachement to hold them to a surface. Can't find a pic right now, but I got some in B&Q a while ago.

Might be cheaper to buy a length of velcro fastening strap (hook one side, loop the other) and source your own screw-on fittings.
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