Dog get a hold of your oar grip and gnaw it to shreds? Don’t worry, replacement is easy.
After removing the gnawed rubber grip, replace it using a two-part epoxy. Sometimes air may push the grip back out when slipping it on. If this occurs, simply invert your oar and use gravity and the oars weight to aid you. Let the grip dry completely before using.
When replacing a grip with our thumb notch feature, do not use a fast drying glue. You’ll want to set the notch properly before the glue dries to achieve better blade orientation.
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“Oar grips are 6.5″ in length, with tough 1/16″ thick walls, require no maintenance, and are not slippery when wet.
Installation tip: Use hair spray to lubricate the inside of the grips, then just slide them on!”