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Old 25 September 2007, 03:59   #1
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Oyster Clamp Tube repair

Does anyone know where I can get these emergency repair clamps for tubes?

I think they used to be called 'Oyster Clamps' coz thats what they look like!

Two oval bits of plastic with central thumb screw to tighten when positioned in the split/hole. Various sizes.
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rib shop do them i think.
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Here is a link for you

http://www.rib-shop.com/product.asp?...hFor=&PT_ID=22
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Thanks .They are exactly what I'm looking for.

Also keen on shaped rib fenders.
Questions... they look a bit 'thin'. How hard is the material and will they stow flat?
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The fenders are shaped so trying to stow them completely flat is not a good idea, they are quite high density so give very good protection.

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Thanks .They are exactly what I'm looking for.

Also keen on shaped rib fenders.
Questions... they look a bit 'thin'. How hard is the material and will they stow flat?
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A friend of mine has got some
relay good, but as they are so flat and thin if you have a hard boat or a yacht rafting along side and they have anything sticking slightly proud it will catch the tubes.
The foam flat fender give you 3" as a cushion just a thought as they cost about the same
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