Oar Right – Small – Fixed
*Price per individual oar right.
These small Oar Rights lock into place between the horns of an open oarlock keeping your blade positioned for maximum propulsion. Fits the KBO oar shaft.
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This oar right fits the Cataract® Oars Mini Magnum™ oar with rope wrap. With the oar right installed, your Mini Magnum™ oar blades will be held at the optimum angle in the water to prevent oar feathering.
- Use over Molded Oar Sleeve or rope.
- Adjustable from 1 3/8″ to 1 5/8″
- Want to feather your oars? Simply tug the oar in to free the spline from the oar lock.
|Dimensions||6 × 4 × 4 in|
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