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Old 06 June 2013, 04:45   #1
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'Smallish'-Paddles

Anyone got a pair of Paddles they dont need? Looking for Back-up to the Small 4stroke on my Tender??....Dont need to be too Big.
Prefer Wooden if poss, but anything considrered.Cheers
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Old 09 June 2013, 13:36   #3
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Got a couple of pair in the garage..I'll pic them and post this week.
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Old 17 June 2013, 12:14   #4
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Thanks Guys....But Thinking about it... I could realy do with the Original 'Plasto' Type that fit into the Rowlock's if anyone has a Pair they dont need???
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What sort of rowlocks?
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Erm...the One's they use on 'Plastimo's'
They lock in with Pins Nos. and you can fold them back onto the Tops of the Tubes...Handy when you've got Me and maybe Chris in the same Boat!!!
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I've got a spare pair of 2 piece oars that fit the pin-type rowlocks. Any use?
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Oh, the ones that unlock by turning the paddles to a particular angle?

I think they're a common fitting to Zodiac as well.
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I've got a spare pair of 2 piece oars that fit the pin-type rowlocks. Any use?
Cheers..Could be John,how long are they?...Two piece sounds they may be a longer.
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Sorry! Totally slipped my mind..I'll go look them out in a minute.
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They look a Bit Long for my Little Tender Pete,but thanks all the same!
How is The KNEE by the Way?....Next time come on a Boat with a Decent Helmsman!!
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Cheers..Could be John,how long are they?...Two piece sounds they may be a longer.
135cm

I've also got a couple of 185cm kids kayak paddles if anyone wants them!
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